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The Day-Dreaming Lady

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When Lady Sara Rowdon's domineering parents forbade her to marry the impoverished man she loved, they had no idea he would one day return with a title and a fortune. She was not even allowed to explain why she rejected him.

Four years later, Sarah's parents - facing debtor's prison -- order her to try to win back the man she loves. But the new Marquess of Broadmoor regards her as a heartless and mercenary flirt.

Unaware that her parents' financial problems stem from her father's gambling, Sarah wishes to please them. Yet, torn, she takes refuge in adventuresome daydreams that have an unfortunate way of making her forget her whereabouts and behave inappropriately. In Regency England, that's almost a crime.

But her sometimes odd behavior also makes her charming and fresh. And if he isn't careful, the marquess might fall in love all over again.

Genre: Historical Romance

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