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Gracious Lady

by Carole Mortimer

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How could she feel like this? After one disastrous marriage the last thing Sophie wanted or needed was another fit of runaway passion.She had learnt to be wary about men. Maximilian Grant was certainly attractive enough to interest most women.But Sophie was at his home to act s companion to his headstrong daughter Jennifer, not to get involved with him!Not that he would be remotely interested with him! Not that he would be remotely interested in her when he realised exactly who Sophie was and what her past history had been...
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