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The Conquest

by Edith Layton

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To be honest this book drags on for awhile. The book setting is based at one specific location through out most of the book and there is not much variety either. Drum is injured through out most of the book as well. Other then those falts the book has some witty and funny characters. It was a good book and an easy read. I would recommend it as long as you have the patience to wait and see what happens. ( )
  Danie88 | Jan 28, 2009 |
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He regained consciousness to find himself sprawled on the ground, dizzy and confused.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0380818639, Mass Market Paperback)

Alexandria has been called upon many times to nurse forest animals back to health, but never before have her brothers brought her a wounded man!

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Many times Alexandria Gascoyne has been called upon to nurse forest animals back to health -- but never before have her brothers brought her a wounded man! Though pale and grievously injured, the unconscious nobleman in Alexandria's bed is as striking a male as she has ever seen. But this is a time for tender healing, not for fantasy and dreams that leave an innocent maid flushed and breathless. An angel has brought the Earl of Drummond back to life. Her smile is a delight, her touch is ecstasy. Yet freedom-loving Drum knows he must leave the exquisite Alexandria as soon as he is able. Being discovered alone with this stunning country miss could lead to only scandal ... or, worse, to matrimony! And Drum dares not expose her to the perils of world. But how can he abandon this incomparable lady who mended his damaged heart -- then conquered it with kindness, passion, and love?… (more)

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