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LADY ROGUE
by Amanda McCabe

Genre: Regency Period, England

2002 Best Regency Nominee

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She is called LADY ROGUE by a society which accepts her work as an artist, but
will never accept her as a lady of quality.

When Alex, the impoverished Duke of Wayland, realizes he has come to
love Georgina Beaumont, he's afraid her
fortune will stand in the way of their relationship.

Georgina cares little for money, but
is afraid that the ton will never accept her as a duchess and that Alex will want
her to change. Even the bond of their love
may not be enough to prevent pride and recklessness from separating them.

Amanda McCabe has finally turned
her considerable talents to Georgina's
story (previous works focus on Georgina's
fellow artists and friends) and is fabulously
successful at finding her the right man.
This is a love story created by the sure deft strokes of a master! (Feb., 224
pp., $4.99)

Reviewed By: Teresa Roebuck

Publisher: Signet

Published: February 2002

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