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No Place For A Lady by Deb Stover

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Also by Deb Stover:

The Gift, November 2009
Mass Market Paperback
Enchantment Place, August 2008
Paperback
Irresistible Forces, January 2006
Mass Market Paperback
Murder Most Romantic, January 2004
Hardcover
Mulligan Magic, April 2003
Paperback
Vengeance Fantastic, October 2002
Paperback
Some Enchanted Evening, September 2002
Paperback
Mulligan Stew, June 2002
Paperback
No Place For A Lady, November 2001
Paperback
A Moment In Time, June 2000
Paperback
A Matter Of Trust, January 2000
Paperback
Stolen Wishes, October 1999
Paperback
A Dangerous Magic, February 1999
Paperback
Another Dawn, January 1998
Paperback
Almost An Angel, November 1997
Paperback
Some Like It Hotter, April 1997
Paperback
A Willing Spirit, October 1996
Paperback
Shades Of Rose, June 1995
Paperback

No Place For A Lady
Deb Stover

Zebra
November 2001
On Sale: November 1, 2001
350 pages
ISBN: 0821770918
EAN: 9780821770917
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Romance Historical

The Wild West Was No Place For A Lady...

Irish maid Molly Riordan never thought she would thank her lucky stars when her mistress indulged in one night's indiscretion with a masked American at a costume ball. But now Lady Elizabeth Summersby has a child on the way--and a fiance waiting in the wilds of the American West. For Molly, accompanying Lady Elizabeth on an unexpected adventure also means the chance to find her own father, who fled across the ocean years ago to make his fortune. But then a routine stagecoach stop in Colorado turns into a mishap of epic proportions when Lady Elizabeth is kidnapped--and the man who finds Molly believes she is his bride-to-be!

...Until He Made Her Feel Like A Woman

Dirk Ballinger is accustomed to clean up the messes made by his no-good half-brother, and while marrying a woman Ray Lovejoy seduced may be a first, it's still Dirk's duty. There's the family honor to consider, and a child with Ballinger blood to raise. Yet Dirk's bride is far from the wilted English rose he expected. Instead, she's a fiery redhead with an Irish lilt who insists that she's not Elizabeth Summersby at all! Dirk can't decide if it matters, because soon his lovely wife is the only woman he wants...

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