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House of Lorraine

(1959)
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Nicole Herriot took a dislike to Pierre Dubois the moment she met him, andworked hard to free her uncle's world-famous couture firm from hisinfluence. Then she found that her feelings towards him were changing yetshe could not turn aside from the path she had marked out. Nicole closed thefront door and walked into the dining room. An empty coffee pot and two usedcups stood on a tray on the table, and, sitting down, she pushed them asideand leaned her elbows on the polished surface. Alone. No one in the world towhom she could turn, no one on whom she could rely. The story, set in Paris,gives some fascinating glimpses of the world of high fashion.



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1980 : UK Paperback
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Title: House of Lorraine (Harlequin Salutes Ser., No. 1)
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ISBN: 0-373-80501-2 / 978-0-373-80501-3 (UK edition)
Publisher: Harlequin Enterprises, Limited
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