His One Woman by Paula Marshall
(The Dilhorne Dynasty)

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Civil war in a nation…and in a family!

Jack Dilhorne was in Washington, D.C., on business just as war was being declared between the North and South. It was not the best of times to meet someone as intriguing as Marietta Hope.

Marietta's reputation preceded her: Jack expected her to be an embittered old maid. He was delightfully surprised to find her a bright, witty and goodlooking woman. But as Jack and Marietta grew closer their love came under threat from war…and from an enemy much closer to home!


About Paula Marshall

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Paula Marshall was born in Leicester and grew up in Nottingham. After finishing school, she was got a job as a research librarian, and studied for her library examinations after work. Marshall began a secondary career writing and lecturing on local history. Amongst other things, she lectured on Robin Hood other medieval and rennaissance characters. Once her last child began schooling, Marshall returned to work, beginning a new career as a part-time lecturer in English and general studies. After four years of teaching, she enrolled in the open university and spent the next four years earning a B. A. in history. Upon retirement Paula took up painting again and finally wrote her first book. She has lectured on everything in English history from the Civil War onwards, as well as U.S. and Russian history, 1760-1980, and the psychology of war and revolution. But Marshall is bes known for her period historical romances.
Published January 17, 2012 by Harlequin Historical. 288 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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