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Fortune's Bride

(2000)
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Lady Alyssa Porterrefuses to leave the future to chance. Determined to provide for heryounger sister after the death of their parents, she conceives a mostingenious -- if somewhat shocking -- plan. Soon the exotic beauty ismasquerading as Zora, gypsy fortune-teller extraordinaire. Before long,using intuition, wit, and a flair for high drama, she is the latestdarling of the town, invited to the finest of homes and introduced tothe most interesting of men. Intrigued by tales of the mysterious gypsy,Mr. Ian Fortune is amused by her audacity as she spins beguiling talesfor enthralled lords and ladies. Certain that Zora is neither gypsy norseer, he is nonetheless enchanted by her bold ruse, though he wonders ifothers will take the deception so lightly. Drawn to her vibrant beauty,he vows to win her confidence and learn her secrets. For even the mostfiercely independent female sometimes yields to the pleasures of a man'sprotection. And though this lady may not hold the future in her hands,she does hold the key to his heart.

Genre: Historical Romance

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December 2000 : USA Mass Market Paperback
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Title: Fortune'S Bride (Sonnet Books)
Author(s): Victoria Malvey
ISBN: 0-7434-0334-7 / 978-0-7434-0334-4 (USA edition)
Publisher: Sonnet Books Romance (Pocket Books)
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