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THE WISH CLUB
by Stella Cameron

Genre: Historical Romance
Setting: Scotland, 1842

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Max Rossmara, the adopted son of Viscount Hunsgore, and Kirsty
Mercer, daughter of a tenant on the Kirkcaldy lands of the
Rossmaras, grew up together. They are now adults, with Max
running the estate for his uncle, the Marquis of Stonehaven, and
Kirsty tutoring the children of the house. Max cannot ignore the
love he has for this quiet, intelligent woman, a hopeless love
for a woman he can never have. Though Kirsty loves him in return,
she is aware of her station in life.

To keep Kirsty near him, Max offers her a position as his
assistant in estate matters. But neither are prepared for the
repercussions that follow.

Raised in an aristocratic family, Max has a duty to his family
and to the man he calls father: a responsibility to marry well,
though the woman his father has chosen for him is not what she
appears to be.

When Max and Kirsty are drawn into a dangerous intrigue, he must
choose whether to follow his heart's desire or his duty to his
family.

Though THE WISH CLUB is a highly enjoyable read about
star-crossed lovers, this reviewer found the slightly
unbelievable story line a bit distracting. SENSUAL (June, 552
pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Joan Hammond

Publisher: Warner

Published: June 1998

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