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The Fall by Claudia Dain

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Also by Claudia Dain:

The Duke of Danby's Holiday Hijinx, November 2018
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Dismissing the Duke, June 2016
e-Book
The Duke's Christmas Summons, November 2015
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Chasing Miss Montford, April 2015
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An Encounter at Hyde Park, August 2014
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Accidentally in Love, April 2014
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Much Ado About Dutton, September 2013
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An Encounter at the Museum, March 2013
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Daring A Duke, July 2010
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How To Dazzle A Duke (The Courtesan Series), June 2010
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The Courtesan's Wager, April 2010
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How To Dazzle A Duke, September 2009
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The Courtesan's Wager, February 2009
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Private Places, August 2008
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The Courtesan's Secret, May 2008
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The Courtesan's Daughter, October 2007
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Unwrapped, November 2004
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Silent Night, November 2004
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The Fall, September 2004
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The Temptation, December 2003
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Wish List, September 2003
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A Kiss to Die For, March 2003
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The Fall
Claudia Dain

Leisure
September 2004
On Sale: September 7, 2004
374 pages
ISBN: 0843952210
EAN: 9780843952216
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Romance | Historical

They called her Lady of Frost, a fabled beauty whose allure no man could resist; yet neither could any breach her icy reserve.

She called him Lord of Nothing, a knight with no land, no family, only a name made great by song and story; a name as a lover unrivaled who could win any maiden, yet never lose his own heart

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