Chasing the Heiress by Rachael Miles
(The Muses' Salon Series)

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Heiress On The Run

Lady Arabella Lucia Fairborne has no need of a husband. She has a fine inheritance for the taking, a perfectly capable mind, and a resolve as tough as nails. But what she doesn't have is the freedom to defy her cousin's will--and his will is to see her married immediately to the husband of his choosing. So is it any wonder that she dresses herself as a scullery maid and bolts into the night?

Colin Somerville's current mission for the home office is going poorly. Who would have expected otherwise for a rakish spy tasked with transporting a baby to the care of the royal palace. But when, injured and out of ideas, Colin stumbles upon a beautiful maid who knows her way around a sickroom, it seems salvation has arrived. Until he realizes that though Lucy may be able to help him survive his expedition, he may not escape this ordeal with his heart intact…
 

About Rachael Miles

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Rachael Miles holds a PhD in English Literature and currently teaches book history at the college level. She lives in Texas with her husband. Readers can connect with Rachael at rachaelmiles.com and @Rachael_Miles1.

Author Residence: Lubbock, TX
 
Published May 31, 2016 by Zebra Shout. 352 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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When the carriage is waylaid, Marietta is shot and Colin is similarly wounded but manages to get them to the nearest inn, where the capable landlady - who is also (fortunately) the local midwife - takes immediate charge, tending to Marietta and eventually delivering her baby.

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