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Taming Lord Renwick

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This edition was published in by Zebra Books in New York.

Written in English

250 pages

HE NEEDED A SCRIBE
Only two things could cheer Lord Jason Renwick, near-blinded by an accident in India. One was his pet tiger, Sahib, who earned Jason's Sussex house the nickname Tiger's Lair; the other, his journals of that exotic land which he could no longer read. But when he secured the well-schooled services of Miss Eustacia Coleson and her lovely lilting voice, and embarked on a memoir, a dilemma faced him. Eustacia had become the light of his life--and Sahib's! She was an angel who made him dream of the most intimate bliss. Yet no man of honor, maimed as he was, could aspire to such a lady's hand...
SHE WANTED A POSITION
Eustacia found herself in quite a pickle. Her reverend father's death had reduced her to a life of genteel poverty with a stepmother who ran up debts for fripperies, and proposed to marry Eustacia to a fat, elderly, malodorous suitor. Tiger's Lair was her only escape. Intrigued by his lordship's tawny beast--and even more by its handsome, growling master and his tales of the East--Eustacia endeavored to free Jason from his cage of bitterness--only to find herself imprisoned by a hopeless love. For parsons' daughters never became baronesses! Not, that is, without help from a feline lord of the jungle

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HE NEEDED A SCRIBE
Only two things could cheer Lord Jason Renwick, near-blinded by an accident in India. One was his pet tiger, Sahib, who earned Jason's Sussex house the nickname Tiger's Lair; the other, his journals of that exotic land which he could no longer read. But when he secured the well-schooled services of Miss Eustacia Coleson and her lovely lilting voice, and embarked on a memoir, a dilemma faced him. Eustacia had become the light of his life--and Sahib's! She was an angel who made him dream of the most intimate bliss. Yet no man of honor, maimed as he was, could aspire to such a lady's hand...
SHE WANTED A POSITION
Eustacia found herself in quite a pickle. Her reverend father's death had reduced her to a life of genteel poverty with a stepmother who ran up debts for fripperies, and proposed to marry Eustacia to a fat, elderly, malodorous suitor. Tiger's Lair was her only escape. Intrigued by his lordship's tawny beast--and even more by its handsome, growling master and his tales of the East--Eustacia endeavored to free Jason from his cage of bitterness--only to find herself imprisoned by a hopeless love. For parsons' daughters never became baronesses! Not, that is, without help from a feline lord of the jungle

Taming Lord Renwick

This edition was published in by Zebra Books in New York.


Edition Notes

Series
Zebra Regency romance

Classifications

Library of Congress
CPB Box no. 1749 vol. 9

The Physical Object

Pagination
250 p. ;
Number of pages
250

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL3546610M
Internet Archive
isbn_9780821764473
ISBN 10
0821764470
LC Control Number
2001552772
OCLC/WorldCat
43038129
Library Thing
31660
Goodreads
2572679

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