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The other daughter marries someone from a nearby plantation but it's a bad marriage, the husband dies, and she falls in love with someone else.
Hello, everyone, I'm a newbie to this group and website but I've also been trying to find a romance novel I read when I was a teenager.
One of the twin daughters wants to join a convent, but the father is outraged and sends her to marry a distant relative in Brazil.
She ends up married to an invalid and is involved with the invalid's brother.
She is really young-14 or so** This was a big part of the storyline-I remember the h is not happy about her upcoming marriage to the H-so maybe he won the castle in a siege, etc.
In fact no one at the castle is happy about the H's presence-I think I remember the h has been running the castle by herself for a while now-though I may be getting that from another book. I know it's not a Harlequin, I also know it's not The Black Lyon book. The heroine was a nurse in the civil war and was a year later down on her luck.
I'm so sorry if it's sketchy but here goes: the book is a historical romance novel that takes place in either Oregon or Washington in the late 19th century. I'm not sure if it's a past harlequin historical title, or an early Avon or Zebra historical book. I'll also try to work on others' requests for info.
There are some websites that allow you to search by historical era or location. Years ago I started reading this book and got interrupted and was never able to finish it. She is staying in this house and the next door neighbor's dog comes over. Her sister lives on the island and makes glass designs. There is a particular scene in the book in which the heroine names her new perfume "winterfire".I thought I'd start a new thread, since the other one was getting rather lengthy with loading with nearly 700 posts from here.Updated: A list of all found books on this thread can be found here.during the book he meets and falls in love with a woman who looks exactly like his dead wife.i believe that it was written about the georgian era of the Ton.
im thinking he was perhaps a viscount or something like that.