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- Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
- Format: Paperback | 458 pages
- Dimensions: 107mm x 173mm x 28mm | 181g
- Publication date: 26 January 2010
- Publication City/Country: Naperville
- ISBN 10: 1402237014
- ISBN 13: 9781402237010
- Sales rank: 81,619
The RITA Award-winning and New York Times-bestselling author of Prince of Midnight and Seize the Fire delivers another red-hot romance. Original.
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Laura Kinsale, a former geologist, is the New York Times bestselling author of Flowers from the Storm, The Prince of Midnight, and Seize the Fire. She and her husband divide their time between Santa Fe and Dallas.
By Gaby @ Starting Fresh 05 Mar 2010
Lessons In French is a fun, historical romance set in England soon after the French Revolution. Trevelyn is French nobility with blood ties to the French royal family. Unfortunately, his background hasn't made his life any easier. Instead, the family fortune and ties have meant a heavy burden for Trevelyn as he's tried to reacquire the family estates and Dukedom with his limited resources. After their escape from France, his family settled in the English countryside with limited resources. When Trevelyn's romance with Callie ends in disaster and he's forced to leave, he never expects to return. When he does make it back to England, years later, he is surprised to find Callie living in her old home and unmarried.
His childhood friend and sweetheart, Callie, is of good background and considerable wealth, but Callie's been unlucky in love. She had fallen for Trevelyn when they were younger and though she had made three matches since that time, each of the men had cried off. In her late twenties, Callie is helping her younger sister make a match and doubts that she'll have a home of her own. When Trevelyn returns and speaks of love, while Callie knows that she can trust her old friend, her experience with men makes her skeptical. Trevelyn is willing to do whatever it takes to protect Callie and to prove his loyalty and love.
Lessons in French is a fun, satisfying romance! The friendship and banter between Trevelyn and Callie draw you in and provide a wondreful escape.
ISBN-10: 1402237014 - Mass Market Paperback
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca (January 26, 2010), 480 pages.
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