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Fair Juno (Historial Series No. 13) (edition 1999)

by Stephanie Laurens

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Title:Fair Juno (Historial Series No. 13)
Authors:Stephanie Laurens
Info:Harlequin Books (1999), Paperback, 297 pages
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Martin Cambden Willesden, fifth Earl of Merton, strode purposefully along the first-floor corridor of the Hermitage, his principal country residence.
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THE EARL OF MERTON WAS A MAN WITH A REPUTATION...

When the Earl of Merton suddenly found himself playing the knight to a damsel in distress, he knew that his days as a notorious rake were numbered. But though the lady had seemed grateful for his assistance, she had fled the scene without revealing her name. Now it was up to him to search for the threads that would lead him back to her--though past scandals and present dangers threatened his pursuit of the mysterious lady he knew was to be his destiny.
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Kidnapped in the small hours, Miss Helen Walford had spent the day being battered and jostled, tied and gagged, trussed and trapped in a worn-out chaise. She was rescued by the infamous Martin Willisden - a rakehell who had been banished to the army, now scandalously raised to the rank of Earl of Merton.… (more)

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