The forbidden rose

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New York : Berkley Sensation, 2010.
9780425235614, 0425235610
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Berkley Sensation mass-market edition.
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392 pages ; 18 cm


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Includes an excerpt from The spymaster's lady (p.[371]-392).
Marguerite de Fleurignac, once a glittering aristocrat in the world of privilege, is on the run, disguised as Maggie Duncan, British governess. Penniless and alone, cornered by fanatics of the revolution, she falls into the hands of a complete stranger. William Doyle, England's top spy, has a cunning plot to foil and a score to settle with the de Fleurignacs. When he pulls Maggie from the charred ruins of her chateau, he knows her for what she is, the final dangerous flower of a noble line.
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Bourne, J. (2010). The forbidden rose. Berkley Sensation mass-market edition. New York: Berkley Sensation.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)

Bourne, Joanna. 2010. The Forbidden Rose. New York: Berkley Sensation.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide)

Bourne, Joanna, The Forbidden Rose. New York: Berkley Sensation, 2010.

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Bourne, Joanna. The Forbidden Rose. Berkley Sensation mass-market edition. New York: Berkley Sensation, 2010. Print.

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