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Midsummer magic

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This edition was published in by New American Library in New York.

Written in English

412 pages

Philip Hawksbury, the Earl of Rothermere, obeying his father's dying wish, hies himself to Scotland to offer for one of the daughters of Alexander Kilbracken, the Earl of Ruthven.

Frances Kilbracken, informed of the earl's arrival and his mission, disguises herself as a bespectacled dowd so she won't be the one selected by the young earl. But choose her he does, and for all the wrong reasons.

The newly married couple return to England, together but not at all happy. Philip dumps Frances at Desborough Hall, his ancestral estate, and heads back to his old life in London. Ah, but Desborough has a stud farm and racing stable, and Frances is magic with horses.

When the earl returns to his home, driven by guilt, he discovers the woman he married has grossly deceived him. What follows is a battle of the sexes that will have you chuckling, maybe even howling with laughter...

The Magic Trilogy - 1

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1987, New American Library
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Midsummer magic
1987, New American Library
in English
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Midsummer Magic
December 1, 1987, Onyx

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Midsummer Magic

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Philip Hawksbury, the Earl of Rothermere, obeying his father's dying wish, hies himself to Scotland to offer for one of the daughters of Alexander Kilbracken, the Earl of Ruthven.

Frances Kilbracken, informed of the earl's arrival and his mission, disguises herself as a bespectacled dowd so she won't be the one selected by the young earl. But choose her he does, and for all the wrong reasons.

The newly married couple return to England, together but not at all happy. Philip dumps Frances at Desborough Hall, his ancestral estate, and heads back to his old life in London. Ah, but Desborough has a stud farm and racing stable, and Frances is magic with horses.

When the earl returns to his home, driven by guilt, he discovers the woman he married has grossly deceived him. What follows is a battle of the sexes that will have you chuckling, maybe even howling with laughter...

The Magic Trilogy - 1

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Library of Congress PS3553.O843 M54 2000

Midsummer magic

This edition was published in by New American Library in New York.


Edition Notes

An Onyx Book.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
813.54
Library of Congress
CPB Box no. 877 vol. 14

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL24381266M
Internet Archive
midsummermagic00coul
ISBN 10
0451400577
ISBN 13
9780451400574
LC Control Number
97821755
OCLC/WorldCat
17240586

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