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My Love, My Enemy

ISBN: 9781402255779

By: Jan Speas

Published: 02/01/2011

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Description

Casablanca Classics presents this runaway bestseller, a swashbuckling historical romance by a beloved author A passion for adventure… Beautiful, naïve, and impulsive, Page Bradley inadvertently rescues English spy Lord Hazard in Baltimore during the tumultuous War of 1812. Now she must put herself at the mercy of her country’s enemy. An aptitude for deception… Lord Hazard is no stranger to the atrocities of war, but he never imagined the beauty that could come of it until he meets the fiery and irresistible Page. Now he finds himself questioning every loyalty he’s ever felt for King and Country. Amidst the turmoil of war and the peril of the high seas, these two sworn enemies are destined to discover that denying love may be worse than treason. “Irresistible…This novel of high romance moves on wings from Annapolis to Bermuda to London and back to Washington.” —Library Journal “Appealing and refreshing… a lovely romance told in a delightful swashbuckling manner.” —Memphis Sunday Commercial Appeal “Enchanting… Jan Cox Speas pulls out all of the stops.” —Tacoma Sunday Ledger-News Tribune

About the Author

Jan Speas

Late bestselling author Jan Cox Speas published three runaway bestselling historical romances between 1954 and 1961 that established her as a cult favorite and breakout romance author. She taught English and creative writing at Guilford College in Greensboro, NC. By 1978 there were 1 million copies of her books in print.

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It was not, from its beginning, an ordinary day. Dawn came to Bradley’s House on a quiet gray pause between dark and day, dripping wetly from trees and boxwood and eaves, holding

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“With every reversal of fortune come doubts that test their hearts and loyalties, the couple and the vivid secondary characters are realistically, reasonably, and poignantly affected by ...

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Format: Paperback

Dimensions
Length: 8 in
Width: 5 in
Weight: 6.72 oz
Page Count: 272 pages

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