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by Anne Ashley
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Series: Mills & Boon Historical Romance. Hardcover: 384 pages. Anne Ashley in her novels displays an excellent grasp of what makes a marriage work: compatible character values and a passionate friendship. For this reason her novels should be highly commended to girls and younger women as they offer a better guide to a successful relationships than many other romance books on the market. There are a number of romances (but not all that many), where the heroine masquerades as a man for one reason or the other.
She writes historical romances for Mills & Boon since 1997. Books by Anne Ashley. Mor. rivia About Tavern Wench.
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But her independence has a heavy price: a tavern wench isn't fit to mix with the gentry, and Emma has turned her back on the Polite World. Now an award-winning author of eighteen historical and contemporary novels, Gail makes her home on Vancouver Island, where there aren’t as many castles, but where high tea is still served on fine china and you’re just as likely to hear a British accent as a Canadian one.
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В серию "Mills & Boon Historical" входят такие книги, как "The Viscount's Scandalous Return", "His Makeshift .
В серию "Mills & Boon Historical" входят такие книги, как "The Viscount's Scandalous Return", "His Makeshift Wife", "An Ideal Companion", "Lord Hawkridge's Secret", "A Lady Of Rare Quality", "Miss In A Man's World", "The Transformation Of Miss Ashworth".
Mills & Boon is a romance imprint of British publisher Harlequin UK Ltd. It was founded in 1908 by Gerald Rusgrove Mills and Charles Boon as a general publisher. In 1971, the publisher was bought by the Canadian company Harlequin Enterprises, its North American distributor based in Toronto, with whom it had a long informal partnership