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The Lion's Lady - Julie Garwood

Paperback Published: 1st March 1991
ISBN: 9780671737832
Number Of Pages: 368

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Christina Bennett had taken London society by storm. The ravishing beauty guarded the secret of her mysterious past until the night Lyon, Marquis of Lyonwood, stole a searching, sensuous kiss. An arrogant nobleman with a pirate's passions, he tasted the wild fire smoldering beneath Christina's cool charm and swore to posess her...

But the fiesty and defiant Christina would not be so easily conquered. Mistress of her heart and of her fortune, she resisted Lyon's sensuous caresses. She dared not surrender to his love...for then, she must also forsake her precious secret...and her promised destiny

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Judith McNaught A beautiful love story. One of the best books I have read in a very long time. Johanna Lindsey Outstanding...wonderfully unique in plot and characters, and beautifully told...delightful.

ISBN: 9780671737832
ISBN-10: 067173783X
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 368
Published: 1st March 1991
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 17.1 x 10.5  x 3.0
Weight (kg): 0.17
Edition Number: 1

Julie Garwood


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Julie Garwood (born in 1946 in Kansas City, Missouri) is an American writer of over twenty-five romance novels in both the historical and suspense subgenres. Over thirty million copies of her books are in print, and she has had at least 15 New York Times Bestsellers.She has also begun writing a novel for young adults under the pseudonym of Emily Chase.

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