THE INCORRIGIBLE LADY CATHERINE

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When an attempted elopement meets with dismal failure, THE INCORRIGIBLE LADY CATHERINE (3) is shipped off to the country to prevent any further damages to her family's illustrious name. Philip Woodmere is nothing like the heroic figure that she dreams will rescue her, but his kindness and love begin to revive hope in a heart long starved for affection. Regency readers will no doubt enjoy this sweetly tender tale, which provides further good evidence of Elena Greene's blossoming talent. (Sep., 256 pp., $4.99)

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Teresa Roebuck