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Our Tabby
Maggie MacKeever

Fawcett
November 1987
On Sale: November 1, 1987
Featuring: Tabitha Minchin; Mr. Vivien Sanders
ISBN: 0449210294
EAN: 9780449210291
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SHE HAD NEVER BEFORE SUFFERED SO KEEN AN AWARENESS OF JUST HOW FAR SHE'D COME DOWN IN THE WORLD....

If it weren't enough that Miss Tabitha Minchin's carriage broke down and she was late presenting herself as the Elphinstones' governess, Mr. Vivien Sanders would come crashing into her room at the inn, half-foxed, in the dead of night!

Lest she land in a scandal broth, Tabby withheld her name from that wickedly handsome gentleman and proceeded to the Elphinstone manse, where a rackety lot awaited her attention. Between foiling elopements and retrieving letters to ladybirds, Mr. Sanders was forever popping up in her path.

But in playing the coy miss, she had allowed Sanders to think the worst of her. And as time went on, she cursed herself for a fool for risking his regard, perhaps forever....

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