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A London Season

by Joan Wolf

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Any regency that has a heroine so blunt and relentlessly single-minded that you think she must have Asperger's syndrome can't be all bad. ( )
  gaeta1 | Nov 9, 2013 |
Any regency that has a heroine so blunt and relentlessly single-minded that you think she must have Asperger's syndrome can't be all bad. ( )
  gaeta | Aug 31, 2011 |
Any regency that has a heroine so blunt and relentlessly single-minded that you think she must have Asperger's syndrome can't be all bad. ( )
  gaeta | Aug 31, 2011 |
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My child is yet a stranger in the world . . . William Shakespeare
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Lady Jane Fitzmaurice was six years old when her parents were killed.
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A London Season by Joan Wolf

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Young Lady Jane Fitzmaurice had everything that Regency society approved of -- flawless beauty, perfect breeding, and a respectable fortune.

But she also had a mind and heart of her own that set heads shaking and tongues wagging.

Whoever heard of a well-born Miss spending more time in the saddle than in the drawing room? How could she prefer the company of David Chance, her handsome horse-trainer, to that of Julian Wrexham, the most attractive nobleman in England?

Lady Jane had taken London society by storm -- but now a whirlwind of scandal was rising as she rode roughshod over all conventions and prepared to take a leap that could destroy her good name and leave her heart forever broken...
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