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by Catherine Palmer

Genre: Inspirational, Historical Romance

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Book two in Palmer's Regency series is captivating, with genial, witty characters. The strong-willed, intelligent heroine is quite a match for the engaging hero. Readers will not be able to turn the pages quickly enough to learn the fate of more than just the hero and heroine.

English housemaid Anne Webster has a brazen plan to save
her imprisoned father. Without prayer
or thought, she attempts to implement
her plan, but the return of the Duke's long-thought-dead eldest son ruins

Ruel Chouteau seeks travel,
adventure and gambling, but
upon meeting Anne he decides
she's the key to the duchy's future
happiness. Desperate to free her father, Anne agrees to his bargain. And as Napoleon and his army wreak havoc in Europe, it appears that Anne
and Ruel will face their own "Waterloo"
-- unless God intervenes. (Tyndale, Oct., 370 pp., $12.99)

Reviewed By: Bev Huston

Publisher: Tyndale

Published: October 2006

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