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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0515127213, Paperback)Whoever said eavesdroppers never hear anything good was never privy to the titillating conversation Spenser Heatherington, Lord Beecham, overhears at a party. But then, there's nothing retiring or at all usual about Helen Mayberry, daughter of eccentric Lord Prith. Helen is a statuesque blue-eyed, blond Aphrodite who owns her own inn and has read everything academic and otherwise on the art of discipline. An inveterate womanizer, Heatherington determines--based on a conversation he wasn't supposed to hear--that he would love to teach Helen what he knows about the subject and maybe learn something new in the process. When Helen tells Heatherington that she wants him for her partner, he wholeheartedly agrees but is dismayed when she further explains that she needs his skill to help locate a mythical golden lamp rumored to make its possessor all-powerful. But both are overwhelmed by their responses to each other--a passion that cannot be denied--in the middle of a fox hunt, in a rundown shack, on the floor of her father's study.... Marked by The New York Times bestselling author Catherine Coulter's trademark wit and sensuality, The Courtship is a keeper! --Alison Trinkle
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Helen is a big girl, only two inches shorter than Heatherington-a resolute taskmistress, owner of her own inn. She adores her father, Lord Prith, and wants to find the treasure. Until she meets Spenser Heatherington, Lord Beecham, enjoys Helen's pursuit of him. He is a reowned womanizer, a resolute bachelor, and really enjoys his life.
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