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The Master Of Calverley Hall


'So, you’re back.' But can he put her world to rights? It should be Connor Hamilton’s final triumph to return to Calverley Hall as its master, rather than the poor blacksmith’s boy he once was. But he’s shocked to find the previous owner’s daughter, his old friend Isobel Blake, has lost everything—including her good reputation. Now the fragility beneath her shabby clothes and brave smile makes him want to protect her and hold her close…
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  • Auteur : Lucy Ashford
  • Éditeur : Mills & Boon
  • Date de parution : 28/06/18
  • EAN : 9781474073837
  • Format : ePub
  • Nombre de pages: 368
  • Protection : Contenu protégé

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'So, you’re back.' But can he put her world to rights? It should be Connor Hamilton’s final triumph to return to Calverley Hall as its master, rather than the poor blacksmith’s boy he once was. But he’s shocked to find the previous owner’s daughter, his old friend Isobel Blake, has lost everything—including her good reputation. Now the fragility beneath her shabby clothes and brave smile makes him want to protect her and hold her close…

Biographie de Lucy Ashford

Lucy Ashford, an English Studies lecturer, graduated in English with history at Nottingham University,and the Regency is her favourite period. Lucy, who has always loved to immerse herself in historical romances, has had several novels published, but this is her first for Mills and Boon. She lives with her husband in an old stone cottage in the Peak District, near to beautiful Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall, all of which give her a taste of the magic of life in a bygone age

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