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Lemon Cake, The
by: Judith Stafford

Harlequin Regency Romance, August 1990

No Wonder She Insisted on Serving the Lemon Cake!
Who ever heard of firing off four young ladies in one Season? The prospect did nothing to dim Lady Jeffrey's indomitable spirit and unflagging optimism. The eccentric, aging but love-able aunt had a secret recipe up her sleeve for her nieces.

Miss Abby Milhouse and her three sisters were less optimistic about their chances. They could not have been more surprised when they be-came the darlings of the ton. Or when each of them in turn received the flattering attentions of a very eligible parti.

The sisters were cock-a-whoop until the secret of their success was revealed. It seemed Lady Jeffrey had cast a magic spell on all their erstwhile suitors. The lemon cake was a love potion!
Giles Russell and Miss Abby Milhouse

Harlequin Regency Romance - # 32

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Harlequin Regency Romance
Publish Date:
August 1990
Time Period:
Regency: Comedy- Caper- Farce
Giles Russell
Abby Milhouse
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