A Lady's Secret - Jo Beverley Reviews
Description:ISBN 0451224191 / Paperback: 432 pages / Publisher: Signet Book / Published: 1 April 2008
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Pages: 432, Mass Market Paperback, Signet Book
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Some years ago I read and enjoyed a series of historical novels based around a fictional family of siblings called the Mallorens. With the fifth novel dealing with the oldest brother, the Marquis of Rothgar, I assumed the series had finished but subsequently discovered quite recently that the author has since resurrected the family and the series continues, this time using members of the extended Malloren tribe as the main protagonists and the original family members being relegated to secondary character status and, in some cases, merely having walk on parts. A Lady's Secret is the eighth book in the Malloren series and features two main protagonists who ... Read the complete review
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