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Julia/Jewel married his dying brother as the brother's way of doing one good deed before his death.2ND: This book I never read except for the excerpt on the back cover: Its set in the times of the American Revolution, the hero is pro-England and the hero pro-America.

They met on a ship, the hero having a hard time comforting his travel-worn daughter, and the heroine (who happen to be a spy for her side) is carrying some priceless porcelain doll which she kindly lends the child.

They just had HP's in the newer '90 design without the fine golden Line at the top. In the end she ends up being or looking like someone important that they were looking for all along. Yeah I read Captain Jack's Woman not too long ago and that doesn't sound like a match. There are several secondary characters that end up being robin hood/friar tuck/allan a dale, etc.

Any suggestions to the title and author would be really appreciated, I am longing to re-read this story. Dainty - That's So Worthy My Love by Kathleen Woodiwiss! They end up in the north wintering over in a castle and getting involved with some bad guys from the hansiatic league. I'm not nearly as well-read romance-wise as most of the people here, so I confess I was absurdly excited when I recognized the book!Fosythe suddenly shows up at the courthouse and convinces the judge to release Stevie under his care.The judge agrees and Fosythe takes the secretary and Stevie to his house.I also remember her walking on the servant/valet's back that had given him severe pain for years and fixing it. I think the age difference was about 12-15 years between h/h. It sounds like a good read, though, so I'll be watching this thread to see what you find out. The hero (who is a knight of some sort) and the heroine travel across country with her brother and some other people as a group.I have posted about this book on several sites and am pretty sure this is NOT a Jane Feather book. They're going to save some girl I think maybe, who turns out to be blind (?

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