A Secret Disgrace

Romance A Secret Disgrace

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A Secret Disgrace

Louise comes back to her homeland of Sicily after ten years in order to bury the ashes of her departed grandparents. But to do this, she must gain permission from Caesar, the Duke of Falconari.... Upon meeting him, she instinctively wants to run from him. In the past, she spent a single, dreamlike night with him before being cruelly discarded. But however much he hurt her then, his air of maturity and dignity tears at her heart again. As she trembles, he turns his dark eyes to her, his gaze seeming to pierce through her as he says, "I know you've given birth to my son."

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Pages 128 Pages

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Childhood crush 3  3

the basic story line follows line of childhood crush because in childhood you are rejected and your feeling hurt and after period of a gap you come back and now both of them and they fall for each other.somehow the simplicity of the story catches you and you keep on reading the story because of the amazing characters all the drawings or it is very interesting that what happens next.Penelope Jones was born on 24 November 1946 in Preston, Lancashire, the eldest of three children born to Anthony Winn Jones and his wife, Margaret Louise (née Groves),She had a brother, Anthony, and a sister, Prudence. A keen reader from childhood, her mother would leave her in the children's section of the local library while she changed her father's library books.Her story-telling career began at the age of eight when she began telling original bedtime stories to her younger sister.Jones married Steve Halsall, an accountant, who died of cancer, predeceasing his wife. They did not have children, but she had a bakers dozen of assorted godchildren, nieces and nephews.In March 1979, she published her first novel under the pseudonym Caroline Courtney, Duchess in Disguise, the same year she published other 4 books. In 1981, Mills & Boon accepted her first novel for them, Falcon's Prey, signed as Penny Jordan. Since then, almost 70 million copies of her 167 Mills & Boon (or Harlequin) novels have been sold worldwide. I hope you enjoyed the book is worth a try.

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Love the hero 5  5

It s a rare hero to see in harlequin. He's a real gentleman and never treat her bad from the beginning of the story till the end. Well he made mistake but he sincerely regreted and properly apologised. The way he approach the heroine also nice

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Scandalous love 4  4

Cute story, even if it's quite 'tormented'... Moreover, I can't understand, all the way, the actual reason why the hero left the heroine when they were younger (after the 'scandal')... Ok, there was someone intriguing against their relationship, but... he could struggle for her, couldn't he? Apart from that, I like the two main characters, their love-story and how they manage to reunite after so many lies, misunderstandings and external manipulations.

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Awesome title 5  5

I loved this harlequin, it has some very sweet characters and I love stories that have to do with children. The plot is really good and you really get into the story. To me Louise seems like a really strong character, the passion she felt for the Duke of Falconari was amazing. That night they spent together would change her life forever, not only is she called a disgrace by her family she is also forced to go live with her grandparents. Even many years later Louise still finds herself attracted to the Duke. What I really like about this story is the child, he is so cute and he really looks like the Duke. The story told here is amazing. There is a misunderstanding between the two lovers, and the only way is to read it. But you won’t regret reading this Harlequin. I really enjoyed it, and would recommend it to anyone wishing to read about a love child or misunderstanding that end up breaking up a couple. In other words this is a great story and you will love reading it. I believe that Louise and the Duke make a really cute couple, and the main girl is not so weak like many others I have seen. The Duke seems to be very understanding as well. Which is why I think this story is so wonderful and great.

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