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Wednesday's Child
by: Barbara Hazard

Fawcett, July 1994

Being abducted en route to London was a most audacious way to start a romance!

Though Miss Penelope Shaw lived for adventure, being snatched by a nobleman's cronies in a case of mistaken identity was pushing it a bit far.

Laurence Russell, Marquess of Thornbury, couldn't help being intrigued by the ungovernable chit his devilish cousin had snatched up in error, though he insisted she be released immediately. But by then the intrepid Miss Shaw had long since escaped and rejoined her sister in London. As the Season began, Penny once again found herself in the thick of things -- namely, trouble . . . especially with the attentions of a certain marquess, who promised much more adventure than she could ever imagine . . .

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Series: Child series
Monday's Child - Book 1
Tuesday's Child - Book 2
Wednesday's Child - Book 3
Thursday's Child - Book 4
Friday's Child - Book 5

Wednesday's Child

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Publisher:
Fawcett
Publish Date:
July 1994
Time Period:
Regency: Comedy- Caper- Farce
Hero:
Laurence Russell
Marquess of Thornbury
Heroine:
Penelope Shaw
 
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