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Crimson Lace by Linda Francis Lee
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Crimson Lace

by Linda Francis Lee

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"That night so long ago, New York's elite had stood in their elegant finest, quivering with shock, speechless, before the whispers had begun. Everyone, it seemed, had known that no good could come of Lily Blakemore." The Atlanta Journal/Constitution called Linda Francis Lee's Blue Waltz "absolutely stunning" and bestselling author Mary Jo Putney called Emerald Rain "a deeply compelling story of love, pain, and forgiveness... written with rare power and compassion." Now, Lee presents an enchanting new romance set amidst the opulence of high society in 1896 New York. The scandal was devastating. The damage irreparable. Lily Blakemore's fall from grace was notorious. But details about the incident remained a well-guarded mystery in New York society--a secret as elusive as Lily herself, who disappeared shortly after her disgrace. But now ten years have passed--and Crimson Lily is finally coming home. She dares to hope she will be welcomed. She does not dare to hope for love--until she meets Morgan Elliott. But Morgan must resist Lily's legendary charms--and equally enthralled. Perhaps it is finally his time--to see paradise...

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