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Learning to Waltz by Kerryn Reid

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Also by Kerryn Reid:

Anna's Refuge, December 2019
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Learning to Waltz, November 2013
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Learning to Waltz, November 2013
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Learning to Waltz
Kerryn Reid

Hartwood Publishing
November 2013
On Sale: November 7, 2013
ISBN: 1629160121
EAN: 2940149094264
Kindle: B00GIAKYP2
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Romance Historical

Deborah Moore has learned her lessons well–feel nothing, reveal less, and trust no one. Now widowed with a child of her own, she leads a lonely, cloistered existence, counting her farthings and thinking she is safe. When five-year-old Julian is lost one bitter December day, she discovers how tenuous that safety is.

Evan Haverfield has lived thirty carefree years, hunting, laughing, and dancing among London’s high society. His biggest problem has been finding excuses not to marry. But his life changes when he finds Julian Moore half-frozen under a hedge and carries him home to his mother. The young widow hides behind a mask, hard and reserved, but Evan sees glimpses of another woman, wistful, intelligent, and passionate. She’s vulnerable, desirable—and completely unsuitable for the heir to Northridge.

Alone in the earliest hours of a new year, Evan teaches Deborah to waltz. Can he teach her joy and laughter? Will love sweep away the shadows of her past and reveal the luminous woman she could be?

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