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An Eligible Connection by Maggie MacKeever

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Also by Maggie MacKeever:

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An Extraordinary Flirtation, November 2004
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Lover's Knot, June 2004
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Love Match, December 2003
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French Leave, August 1988
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Strange Bedfellows, June 1982
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Lady in the Straw, March 1982
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Lady Sweetbriar, February 1982
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Jessabelle, June 1981
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Fair Fatality, November 1980
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The Misses Millikin, July 1980
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An Eligible Connection, March 1980
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Lady Bliss, December 1979
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Sweet Vixen, January 1979
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A Notorious Lady, January 1978
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A Banbury Tale, January 1977
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Lord Fairchild's Daughter, November 1975
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An Eligible Connection
Maggie MacKeever

Fawcett
March 1980
On Sale: March 1, 1980
Featuring: Delilah
ISBN: 0449500292
EAN: 9780449500293
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Romance Historical

Impish young Delilah wasn't at all prepared to live at the home of her cousin, the fierce but attractive duke. Her red hair and freckles were clues to make her mischievous ways that seemed to make her unacceptable to society. One of her most outrageous acts was the tendre she developed for her younger cousin Neal, despite his engagement to a very proper girl.

Then Delilah's mischief went even farther out of bounds. For she could not but notice the strained relations between Sandor and his beautiful cousin Binnie. She learned that years ago Binnie had laughed at the duke's proposal, and from then on, there was no stopping Delilah and her meddling...

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