Book Reviews of Liberty's Lady

Liberty's Lady
Liberty's Lady
Author: Karen Harper
ISBN-13: 9781551664330
ISBN-10: 155166433X
Pages: 343
Rating:
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.
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3.4 stars, based on 12 ratings
Publisher: Mira
Book Type: Paperback
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This is one of Karen Harper's first historical romance and was orignally published under her name Caryn Cameron then was republished in 1990 under Harper. I believe it would be considered a collectors item if you are like me and consider Harper one of the best historical authors of our time.

It was a refreshing read compared to the other romances I have read recently where they were set in England. I really enjoyed the spy story within the romance and the fact that George and Martha Washington make an appearance in the book. there was a lot of interesting historical facts surounding the Declaration of Independance the excitement surrounding paper money
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Tha battle had just begun...

One the eve of the Revolutionary War, one woman is about to betray her own heart...by falling in love with her sworn enemy.

Spirited journalist Libby Morgan uses her newspaper to fan the flames of revolt against England. Cameron gant, New York aristocrat. avowed Tory and secret spy, is the prime target of her blasing rhetoric. Sworn enemies by their divided loyalties, they are irresistibly drawn into a passion that does not recognize sides. Soon they are risking their lives and their love in a daring masquerade that could end in liberty-or death.
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On the eve of the Revolutionary War, one woman is about to betray her own heart by falling in love with her sworn enemy.
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A rich historical tale of love and friendship
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On the eve of the Revolutionary War,1 woman is about to betray her own heart...by falling in love w/her sworn enemy.Spirited journalist L.Morgan uses her newspaper to fan the flames of revolt against England.C.Grant,NY
aristocrat,avowed Tory and secret spy,is the prime target of her blazing rhetoric.Sworn enemies by their divided loyalties,they are irresistibly drawn into a passion that does not recognize sides.Soon they are risking their lives and their love in a daring masquerade that could end in liberty
or in death.