To Catch an Heiress - Julia Quinn Reviews
Description:ISBN 0749908823 / Genre: Romance / Author: Julia Quinn / Paperback / 400 Pages / Book is published 2008-09-04 by Piatkus Books
Newest Review: ... Carlotta de Leon seems as good a way as any. Blake takes Caroline to his country home to question her about the secrets he ... more
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by - written on 07/10/09 (Very useful, 22 readings)
To Catch an Heiress is a period romance written by bestselling author Julia Quinn, it is part of the Ravenscroft series. When Caroline Trent is kidnapped by Blake Ravenscroft, she is relieved! After all, she needs somewhere to hide from her guardian for the next six weeks until she gains her inheritance and being mistaken for the notorious spy Carlotta de Leon seems as good a way as any. Blake takes Caroline to his country home to question her about the secrets he believes she has been carrying between France and England, but he soon finds himself falling in love with the tempting spy. It takes the arrival of the Marquis to reveal that ... Read the complete review
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