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Laird's French Bride, The
by: Judith Stewart

Harlequin Masquerade, October 1978

A Time of Terror, a Time of Death!
Atrocities were committed that made one's blood run cold. Men, women and children were massacred because they had been born into the aristocracy.

'Thus France was a death trap for the beautiful Catherine and her grandmother, the Comtesse de Saulnay. Still, tucked away in their lavish chateau on the coast, they felt a measure of safety. If only they had paid more heed to the growing unrest of the peasants . . . and the entreaties of the dashing Scotsman who feared for their lives.

Harlequin Masquerade - # 13

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Publisher:
Harlequin Masquerade
Publish Date:
October 1978
Time Period:
Historical: France - French Revolution 1789-1799
Heroine:
Catherine
 
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