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Betrayed (Harlequin Historical, No 249)
Betrayed - Harlequin Historical, No 249
Author: Judith McWilliams
ISBN-13: 9780373288496
ISBN-10: 0373288492
Publication Date: 12/1/1994
Pages: 300
Rating:
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Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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Forced to play the pauper in an England racked by war, American Eleanor Wallace vowed to help her country any way she could. Yet the intrigue was becoming difficult, for she had somehow lost her heart to the formidable Duke of Ryland, a man who would never forgive her for what she had done.
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If Eleanor wasn't careful, the Duke would soon know all her secrets!

Forced to play the pauper in an England racked by war, American Eleanor Wallace vowed to help her country in any way she could. Yet the intrigue was becoming difficult, for she has somehow lost her heart to the formidable Duke of Ryland, a man who would never forgive her for what she'd done.

James Wolf, Duke of Ryland, sought a life of honesty over artiface--a pretentious ton, until the arrival of peerless Eleanor Wallace. But though the woman intrigued him, he had yet to unveil her secrets. Secrets that she guarded as carefully as she did her heart.
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Forced to play the pauper in an England racked by war, American Eleanor Wallace vowed to help her country in any way she could. Yet the intrigue was becoming difficult, for she had somehow lost her heart to the formidable Duke of Ryland, a man who would never forgive her for what she'd done.
James Wolf, Duke of Ryland, sought a life of honesty over artifice-a quality hard to find in London's pretentious ton, until the arrival of peerless Eleanor Wallace. But though the woman intrigued him, he had yet to unveil her secrets. Secrets that she guarded as carefully as she did her heart.
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Historical romance set in England
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If Eleanor wasn't careful the Duke would soon know all her secrets, how American Eleanor Wallace vowed to help her country anyway she could.
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good book