Dream Fever by Katherine Sutcliffe

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Summer, the lovely, spirited daughter of an English courtesan, flees from the consequences of a tragic, impetuous act to New Zealand, where she meets Nicholas, an English aristocrat exiled for committing a crime in defense of a woman's honor.

About Katherine Sutcliffe

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Katherine Sutcliffe is the USA Today bestselling author of numerous novels. Sutcliffe has worked as consultant head writer for the daytime dramas "Another World" and "As the World Turns, " and resides in Texas with her husband and children.
Published November 1, 1991 by Avon Books (Mm).
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Readers who prefer their romance spiced with anguish and melodrama will take to Sutcliffe's ( Shadow Play ) tale of love between a plainspoken young Irish maid and a tortured, reclusive sheep-farming

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The youngest son of the Earl of Chesterfield, Nicholas Saber, was exiled to New Zealand.

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