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by Wilma Counts

Genre: Regency Period, England

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Lady Allyson Crossleigh is in danger and her father responds to this threat by hiring Captain Lord Nathan Christopher Thornton to keep her safe. Although this post is less glamorous
than his last assignment serving in His Majesty's Service, Allyson is the daughter
of his commanding officer. In The Lady and the Footman (4.5), by Wilma Counts, kindhearted Allyson is surprised by her intense connection with Nathan, although she does sense that some things about her new protector are not
as they appear. An engaging read, the romance is enhanced by the ghostly presence of a young girl, which only
adds to the mystery, danger and intrigue threaded throughout this exciting and tender love story. (Dec., 256 pp., $4.99)

Reviewed By: Robin Taylor

Publisher: Zebra

Published: December 2004

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