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French Leave by Maggie MacKeever

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An Extraordinary Flirtation, November 2004
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French Leave, August 1988
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Lady Sherry and the Highwayman, August 1986
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Strange Bedfellows, June 1982
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Lady in the Straw, March 1982
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Lady Sweetbriar, February 1982
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Jessabelle, June 1981
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Fair Fatality, November 1980
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The Misses Millikin, July 1980
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An Eligible Connection, March 1980
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Lady Bliss, December 1979
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Sweet Vixen, January 1979
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A Notorious Lady, January 1978
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A Banbury Tale, January 1977
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Lord Fairchild's Daughter, November 1975
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French Leave
Maggie MacKeever

Fawcett
August 1988
On Sale: August 1, 1988
Featuring: Barbary
ISBN: 0449214079
EAN: 9780449214077
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Romance Historical

GIVING UP ON LOVE IS MORE DIFFICULT THAN IT SOUNDS!

Barbary is just about finished with men. First, her scoundrel of a husband, Conor, runs off with an opera dancer. Then her own special friend jilts her for marriage to another.

With a broken heart and debts to the skies, Barbary heads for the safety of Paris, hoping that her lookalike cousin Mab can protect her from life's shocking reverses.

Unfortunately, Mab has a storm of troubles of her own, including an insistent duke and a passion for Napoleonic politics. And Barbary's presence only worsens a very sticky situation. When the cousins are mistaken for one another and unwittingly aid the Revolution, the police are brought in! Life had never been so maddening--especially when the men they feared were gone forever reappear with love very much on their minds....

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