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John D. Barrow
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The Fellowship of the Ring
J.R.R. Tolkien
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Sometimes a Rogue (Lost Lords (Kensington)) - Mary Jo Putney A great romp, another superb entry in the Lost Lords series.

Miss Sarah Clarke-Townsend, twin to Mariah who is married to the Duke of Ashton, realizes that her twin and herself are in danger of being abducted. She quickly realizes that Mariah should hide and she should impersonate her twin.

Rob Carmichael fortuitously arrives on the scene shortly after the abduction and immediately sets off to search for Sarah and return her to her family.

A game of chase through the Irish countryside ensues and a successful nerve-wracking escape to England is achieved. Romance is in the air and .....

One last obstacle and then happily ever after.