FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Judith Barlow is a woman with a problem.
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. She's close to getting a hard-earned promotion at one of the state's stodgiest banks when what was once a dream becomes a reality. The Regency romance that she wrote on a dare is so successful that her publisher urges her to make some public appearances. Judith hid behind a pseudonym-because bankers.
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Judith Barlow is a woman with a problem.
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She has no real experience of love. She doesn’t know what she’s doing, what she’s daring, he told the uneaten food congealing on his plate. She sees me as a challenge. The poor, tragic reclusive earl, hiding a scandalous secret, bearing scandalous scars. I should demand that her aunt confine her to her chamber until the roads are passable.
Amanda Ashley - Masquerade Series -. (Romance ) A talented beauty. He must see her again. Her resemblance to his long-ago love and her beauty lures.
Masquerade is a picture book, written and illustrated by Kit Williams, published in August 1979, that sparked a treasure hunt by concealing clues to the location of a jewelled golden hare.
Masquerade is a picture book, written and illustrated by Kit Williams, published in August 1979, that sparked a treasure hunt by concealing clues to the location of a jewelled golden hare, created and hidden somewhere in Britain by Williams. The book became the inspiration for a genre of books known today as armchair treasure hunts. In March 1982 Williams received a sketch which he considered a good enough solution to the puzzle.