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by Tracie Peterson

Genre: Inspirational, Historical Romance

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Peterson has the golden touch! This third book in her Lady of Liberty series comes alive with amazing characters, memorable scenes and the lesson that having faith makes anything possible.

In 1857 Philadelphia, Cassandra Stover is overjoyed that
her new job as companion to
Mrs. Jameston allows her to help her mother financially. The one problem Cassandra has with her position is
Mrs. Jameston's son Sebastian --
he's always trying to seduce her.

Mark Langford has come to Philadelphia to investigate his best friend's murder. He suspects that Sebastian is the killer, but he has to find proof. He comes up with a plan -- to
pretend that he and Cassandra are courting. That way he can keep an
eye on Sebastian and keep the two women safe at the same time. When
the pretend courtship gives way to true feelings on both sides, both parties may be in more danger from their secret devotion than from Sebastian. (Bethany House, Aug., 336 pp., $13.99)

Reviewed By: Patsy Glans

Publisher: Bethany House

Published: August 2008

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