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A Banbury Tale by Maggie MacKeever

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A Banbury Tale
Maggie MacKeever

Fawcett
January 1977
On Sale: January 1, 1977
Featuring: Tilda; Micah
ISBN: 0449231747
EAN: 9780449231746
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Romance Historical

They called her eccentric. Lady Mathilda Tyrewhitte Wilson didn't care. A widow at 29, Tilda was free to go on in the spirited way that was uniquely her own.

She was not going to marry again. Micah Marryat, Earl of Wilmington, had asked before. And Tilda knew he'd ask again. But she had made her intentions very clear.

Then lovely young Madeleine de Villiers made her debut. Every London gentleman stood up and took notice. Especially the most eligible -- Micah Marryat. Suddenly Madeleine and Micah were at the center of every social event.

Tilda wasn't about to give up her place as society's darling. She'd still keep them guessing what wild and slightly wicked thing she'd do next....

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