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A Question of Honor by Jacqueline Ashley
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A Question of Honor

by Jacqueline Ashley

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Helping people was a matter of honor to Frances McPhee.
Despite that, Frances wished she'd never agreed to accompany her ailing uncle to his Oklahoma cabin. Frankly, Uncle Fergus was a cantankerous old mule, though even he was preferable to the other member of their traveling trio. Ash Blair, whose million-dollar smile belied the condition of his wallet, displayed a reckless preference for pricy hotels and gourmet food. As a result, their merry little band was likely to land in the poorhouse long before they reached their destination. But, having made a promise to Fergus, Ash couldn't enlighten Frances about their finances. And for reasons of his own, this honorable silence suited Ash just fine.
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