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Old 12-22-13, 12:39 PM   #17277
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Lord Barry's Dream House by Emily Hendrickson

Signet Regency Romance -- February 1996



The Best Laid Plans

Lovely Lady Juliana Hamilton had bold plans indeed. She intended to follow in the footsteps of her late father, who not, only was a lord of the realm, but was also one of the finest architects in it. She would complete his greatest project-a magnificent manor that would stand as his monument and her first giant step toward recognition of her own talent.

Only one thing stood in her way: Lord Edmund Barry, for whom the manor was being built. When he returned to England, he never expected to find a female doing what he firmly believed was a man's work. Even more humiliating, the masterful Lord Barry made clear to Juliana his designs had nothing to do with hers. Somehow Juliana had to convince him she wanted to plan his bedroom, not share his bed--even when her passion for her profession began to yield to a passion that not only could bring her dream house down in ruins but her honor as well....

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Old 12-22-13, 12:43 PM   #17278
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Bride in Flight by Essie Summers

Harlequin Romance No. 933 -- 1965



Kirsten MacPherson was dressed and ready for her wedding to Gilbert when the phone call arrived that was to shatter her life -- the call from the woman to whom Gilbert was already married.

Kirsty's immediate instinct was to run blindly away -- back to New Zealand, the land of her childhood. But even there her troubles followed her, and led to even more complications.


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Old 12-22-13, 12:49 PM   #17279
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The House on Flamingo Cay by Anne Weale

Harlequin Romance No. 743 -- 1963



Stephen Rand, wealthy owner of Flamingo Cay in the Bahamas, seemed attracted by Sara's quieter charms. He could attract any woman. Why should he settle for Sara?

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Old 12-22-13, 12:52 PM   #17280
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Moon at the Full by Susan Barrie

Harlequin Romance No. 904 -- 1961



Perhaps it was a little mischievous of Liane Daly to "lend" Stephanie a Paris flat that did not belong to her, but Liane's action had far-reaching consequences.

For when the flat's rightful owner, an immensely rich and glamorous French count, surprised Steve there, he promptly offered her a job - no less than to be social secretary aboard his luxury yacht, cruising through the Mediterranean and the Indian Ocean!

Steve could not resist the opportunity of a few weeks in the glorious Mediterranean sunshine.

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Old 12-22-13, 12:55 PM   #17281
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Nurse Hilary by Peggy Gaddis

Harlequin Romance No. 471 -- 1959



Nurse Hillary had to answer two major questions in her life: how long could she be useful as a nursing assistant in a plush senior citizens' club, where one of the irascible guests made her life miserable? And what was she to do about her love for the attractive doctor who was too busy with his elderly patients to know that his young - and lovely - assistant had heart problems too?

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Old 12-22-13, 12:58 PM   #17282
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Where Love Is by Norrey Ford

Harlequin Romance No. 1248 -- 1952



Janey Rutherford was the "in-between", the prosaic one of the family -- not beautiful like her sister Diana or talented like Cynthia. So when it became necessary for one of the family to leave London for Yorkshire to nurse an irascible and eccentric old grandfather, it was, of course, Janey who had to take on the job.

The journey proved to be a turning point in Janey's life, for she found friendship and a sense of "belonging" in the little market town and on the untamed moor; found, too, through her meeting with Roderick Graham, the sweetness and bitterness of love.


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Old 12-22-13, 01:02 PM   #17283
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You Took My Heart by Elizabeth Hoy

Harlequin Romance No. 497 -- 1939



For most of her life Joan Langden had known Doctor Garth, an important surgeon with a prestigious reputation. He had always made her feel she was someone special to him; she thought she understood him. But on her first day of nursing at St. Angela's she learned about his secret marriage...


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Old 12-22-13, 01:09 PM   #17284
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Fortune's Lead by Barbara Perkins

Harlequin Romance No. 1374 -- 1970



A gypsy had told Charlotte a number of curious things concerning her future -- and certainly they all seemed to fit the situation in which she found herself at Thurlanger House.

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Old 12-22-13, 02:43 PM   #17285
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The Doctor Takes a Wife by Elizabeth Seifert

Harlequin Romance No. 379 --1957



Dr. Phil Scoles almost died in the accident that killed his fiancée. He emerged from the crisis with one resolve—to use his “second chance” to follow his dream of re¬search, turning his back on the country hospital he had helped make great.
But the research center proved to hold another dream for him—the brilliant, lovely, troubled Page Arning. And, in realizing what loving her meant, Dr. Phil Scoles faced the greatest challenge of his emotional life—and his career.

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Old 12-23-13, 12:54 AM   #17286
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Andrew: Lord of Despair (Lonely Lords #7)

Andrew Alexander, Earl of Greymoor, has tried to run both from memories of a boating tragedy that claimed the lives of several loved ones, and from an attraction to pretty, petite, Astrid Worthington. He returns to England to find Astrid widowed, expecting a child, and more irresistibly attractive to him than ever. When it becomes apparent that Astrid needs a husband who can keep her and her unborn child safe, Andrew must decide if old nightmares will continue to control his life, or if his love for Astrid entitles him to a second chance at happiness—and love.



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Old 12-23-13, 09:09 PM   #17287
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Man Trouble
A novel by Melanie Craft (2004)



Molly has a thing about pirates. A history professor who knows everything about real pirates and their exploits, she is also the author of a steamy pirate novel that she wrote as a lark under a pseudonym so as not to jeopardize her academic career just when she is up for tenure. Meanwhile, an old friend asks her to do him a favor. He wants to get the inside scoop on Jake Berenger, a reclusive playboy billionaire. Molly agrees in spite of having major doubts. Ensconced at said playboy's Caribbean resort, Molly adopts the role of her nom de plum, Sandra St. Claire, platform shoes, bustier, and all. Jake's kingdom is teetering, and he needs a major image overhaul. Once he figures out that Sandra is really Molly, he comes up with a plan: Molly will pretend to be his fiancee. Although neither fully trusts the other, they try to make it work in Craft's madcap yet touching story of fiction becoming fact.


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Old 12-24-13, 10:27 AM   #17288
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A Heart Decision by Laurie Kellogg
Return to Redemption #5




On her wedding night, Sabrina will share the bridal suite with one of her brother's best friends.

Which one? She has no idea!

Sabrina Fitzpatrick helped plan her dream wedding last year--for her brother and his wife. Now, she wants her own fairytale ceremony. She's tired of waiting for commitment-phobe, Detective Luke Marino, to realize she's been crazy about him since puberty. Consequently, when Luke's billionaire friend asks her to marry him, she's compelled to accept BJ Elliott's proposal, especially after he suggests their impending marriage might induce his idiot pal to finally step forward. Unfortunately, a week later, adrenaline-junkie Luke risks his life again and ends up temporarily confined to a wheelchair.

BJ would love to give Sabrina an unforgettable wedding night, but he fears she'll never be happy with him if she doesn't resolve her feelings for his buddy, first. Therefore, even knowing he could lose her, BJ persuades her to become Luke's live-in nurse--offering her one last chance to convince the man she loves to take BJ's place at the altar (which BJ doubts his friend will ever do). If nothing else, he hopes Love'em and Leave'em Luke can convince Sabrina he'll make a lousy husband.

Luke has two secrets not even his best friends know. The first is he aches for Sabrina with every fiber of his being. The second is he loves her enough to spare her the heartbreak that being his wife would undoubtedly entail. Much to Luke's dismay, his resolve to resist his buddy's fiancée is tested after Sabrina steps in as his nurse and starts prancing around in nothing but his threadbare T-shirt. If he surrenders to her seduction, it may destroy his relationship with BJ. And, worse still, if he gets a taste of loving Sabrina, how can he ever stand by and let her marry his friend?



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Old 12-24-13, 08:53 PM   #17289
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Old 12-25-13, 03:07 AM   #17290
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A Texas Child by Linda Warren
Book 3 in the Willow Creek, Texas
Harlequin Super Romance
December 2013



To save a child…

Regret. Assistant District Attorney Myra Delgado knows all about it. She’s spent seven years regretting a foolish betrayal of her ex, Levi Coyote. But now Myra needs Levi, a private investigator, and the stakes are bigger than their history—a baby has been kidnapped. And only Myra is brave enough—or crazy enough—to go after a Mexican drug lord and attempt a rescue.

Levi might not be able to forgive her, but he can’t let Myra face the danger alone. As they work to save an innocent child, he learns a shocking truth about their shared past. If they make it through this, he and Myra just might get a second chance at not only love, but family.


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