The Mad Lord's Daughter by Jane Goodger

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Locked away by her reclusive and intensely protective father, the recently deceased "Mad Lord of Northumberland," Melissa is beautiful and educated but painfully naïve about the real world--and the dark secrets of her birth. Now in the care of her uncle, the Earl of Braddock, she must prepare to enter London society and find a proper husband, a task that grows complicated when she falls for the one man she can never have. Just as a promising new life begins to eclipse her tragic past, she'll find herself consumed by a forbidden love that could destroy it all. . .

Praise for the novels of Jane Goodger

"Gentle humor, witty banter, and attractive characters." --Library Journal on Marry Christmas

"A touching, compassionate, passion-filled romance." --Romantic Times on A Christmas Waltz


About Jane Goodger

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Goodger worked as a journalist for eleven years and was national editor of a business magazine before devoting herself to writing romances full time.
Published August 7, 2012 by Zebra Books. 353 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Goodger’s Victorian confection, loosely linked to When a Duke Says I Do, focuses on the breathtakingly lovely Melissa Atwell, who is orphaned at 23 by the death of her obsessively reclusive father and

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