Book Reviews of Saint or Sinner (Harlequin Historical, No 288)

Saint or Sinner (Harlequin Historical, No 288)
Saint or Sinner - Harlequin Historical, No 288
Author: Cheryl St. John
ISBN-13: 9780373288885
ISBN-10: 0373288883
Publication Date: 10/1/1995
Pages: 299
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 11 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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When a soldier returns from the Civil War, he is a changed man--determined to settle down and live a respectable life. Can he convince the woman he has come to love that he is worthy of marriage?
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I collect this author. Her books are great.
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Home from the war, Joshua McBride was determined to put his rakish youth behind him and grab a second chance at a life worth living. Yet how could he convince the oh-so-correct Miss Adelaide Stapleton that his hell-raising days were truly over?

People weren't always what they seemed -- Addie knew that for a fact. For her own past held secrets that were best left uncovered. But how could she trust Joshua's claims to be reformed, when he was tempting her to lose her heart?
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Home from the war, Joshua McBride was determined to put his rakish youth behind him and grab a second chance at a life worth living. Yet how could he convince the oh-so-correct Miss Adelaide Stapleton that his hell-raising days were truly over?
People weren't always what they seemed-Addie knew that for a fact. For her own past held secrets that were best left uncovered. But how could she trust Joshua's claims to be reformed, when he was tempting her to lose her heart?
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Home from the war, Joshua McBride was determined to put his rakish youth behind him and grab a second chance at a life worth living. Yet how could he convince the oh-so-correct Miss Adelaide Stapleton that his hell-raising days were truly over?

People weren't always what they seemed-Addie knew that for a fact. For her own past held secrets that were best left uncovered. But how could she trust Joshua's claims to be reformed. when he was tempting her to lose her heart?