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Lady Sweetbriar by Maggie MacKeever

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Lady Sweetbriar
Maggie MacKeever

Fawcett
February 1982
On Sale: February 1, 1982
Featuring: Lady Sweetbriar; Sir Avery
ISBN: 0449502708
EAN: 9780449502709
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Romance Historical

IT WAS WIDELY KNOWN THAT LADY SWEETBRIAR HAD A PAST

But her fiance Sir Avery cared not a whit. He wanted her anyway.

Lady Sweetbriar, known to her friends as Nikki, could not help it that she constantly got herself into scrapes. For instance, in a desperate attempt to keep the family jewels (which rightfully should have gone to her stepson), she involved her former lover, her stepdaughter-to-be, her stepson and his jealous bride-to-be in a scandalous round of amorous misunderstandings.

Now Nikki was terrified that Sir Avery would call the whole thing off.

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