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The Sergeant's Lady by Susanna Fraser

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Also by Susanna Fraser:

A Christmas Reunion, December 2014
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Twelve Days of Christmas Past, January 2014
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Christmas Past, November 2013
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A Marriage of Inconvenience, April 2011
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The Sergeant's Lady, September 2010
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The Sergeant's Lady
Susanna Fraser

Carina Press
September 2010
On Sale: August 23, 2010
Featuring: Anna Arrington; Will Atkins
ISBN: 1426890508
EAN: 9781426890505
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Romance Historical

Highborn Anna Arrington has been "following the drum," obeying the wishes of her cold, controlling cavalry officer husband. When he dies, all she wants is to leave life with Wellington's army in Spain behind her and go home to her family's castle in Scotland.

Sergeant Will Atkins ran away from home to join the army in a fit of boyish enthusiasm. He is a natural born soldier, popular with officers and men alike, uncommonly brave and chivalrous, and educated and well-read despite his common birth.

As Anna journeys home with a convoy of wounded soldiers, she forms an unlikely friendship with Will. When the convoy is ambushed and their fellow soldiers captured, they become fugitives-together. The attraction between them is strong-but even if they can escape the threat of death at the hands of the French, is love strong enough to bridge the gap between a viscount's daughter and an innkeeper's son?

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