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Gwyneth and the Thief

(2002)
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With her hand in marriage and the security of her beloved Haverleigh at stake, Lady Gwyneth is desperate. So when she comes upon a young man who might be the solution to her predicament, she does not hesitate to act, though it means entering into a dangerous deceit and inviting a thief into her castle.The Thief

All Gavin has known is a life of lawless poverty. Left for dead and taken in by a very young, very determined lady, he has little choice but to entertain her request. Posing as a squire, he begins to train the farmers and craftsmen of Haverleigh in the art of combat. In doing so, Gavin begins to know a far different life -- and to crave all it has to offer.

As Haverleigh is secured through their labor and collusion, sparks fly between Gwyneth and her thief. In a moment of rash indiscretion, a kiss nearly undoes them both. Love between a lady and a thief is unthinkable...unless the truth can remain hidden.

Genre: Young Adult Fiction

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Used availability for Margaret Moore's Gwyneth and the Thief

Hardback Editions

July 2002 : USA Library Binding

Title: Gwyneth and the Thief
Author(s): Margaret Moore
ISBN: 0-613-71504-7 / 978-0-613-71504-1 (USA edition)
Publisher: Turtleback Books
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Paperback Editions

June 2002 : USA Mass Market Paperback
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Title: Gwyneth and the Thief
Author(s): Margaret Moore
ISBN: 0-06-447337-6 / 978-0-06-447337-8 (USA edition)
Publisher: HarperTeen
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