Lady Blue by Helen A. Rosburg

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Written with humor as well as suspense, this love story depicts a young woman in captivity who yearns for her duplicitous lover. After the death of her affluent parents, Harmony Simmons loses everything—including her freedom. Forced to move to England and live with her domineering and jealous older sister Agatha, Harmony’s existence becomes restricted to the prim atmosphere of an English parlor, a stifling environment compared to the expansive American West of her former, privileged life. With her spirit crushed by her confinement, she meets Anthony Allen—a rogue who immediately falls for Harmony. He falsifies his inheritance and introduces himself as the suave aristocrat Lord Farmington. As they begin their romance, Harmony slowly recognizes the ruse behind his persona and starts to question whether her mysterious lover is a cavalier bandit or an honorable hero. Yet, his secret does nothing but ignite her passion for him as she strives to uncover his past.

About Helen A. Rosburg

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Helen A. Rosburg is a writer and the owner of Medallion Press. She is the author of "Blaze of Lightning, Roar of Thunder";" By Honor Bound"; "Call of the Trumpet"; "Circle of Promise"; "Dream Thief";""and "Ellie and the Elven King." She lives in Odessa, Florida.
Published November 1, 2009 by Medallion Press. 354 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Medallion owner/ president/ executive editor Rosburg (The Dream Thief ) wraps appealing characters in a tissue-thin faux-historical romance plot. Harmony Simmons,

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