Reissued by Doubleday, 1980, as part of the Doubleday Romance Library with Roberta Leigh's Facts of Love and Louise Bergstrom's Island Love Song. Also reissued by Fawcett, 1987.
The blizzard outside The Bird and Bottle Inn could hardly compare with the storm brewing within?
The niece of a duke herself, Miss Beth Cummings showed little more than passing interest in the headstrong Duke of Barrington, stranded together or not. Beth felt quite content to watch the other young female guest and her managing mama attempt to snare the nobleman.
But even the modest Beth could not ignore the duke's warm looks toward herself. So when one of Barrington’s' secret war documents disappeared, Beth was cut to the quick to find she was not above suspicion. Could Barrington ever again convince her of his regard?
It seemed fighting England's enemies had ill prepared him for dealing with a woman scorned!
Coventry Romance - COV # 58
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