Overview


A young woman disappears. A husband is suspected of murder. Stirring times for all the neighborhood.

In a village near Steepwood Abbey, a captain—thought lost in the war—returns to his home. But things are not quite what they seem.… Captain Henry Colton is stunned to find his lost love living the quiet life of a widow— with a small daughter! Since they had parted in anger, how can he expect Annabel to let him...

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The Captain's Return

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Overview


A young woman disappears. A husband is suspected of murder. Stirring times for all the neighborhood.

In a village near Steepwood Abbey, a captain—thought lost in the war—returns to his home. But things are not quite what they seem.… Captain Henry Colton is stunned to find his lost love living the quiet life of a widow— with a small daughter! Since they had parted in anger, how can he expect Annabel to let him back into her life? His only recourse seems to be to pose as her husband, miraculously returned alive from the war.…

Regency Drama
Intrigue, mischief…and marriage

The Steepwood Scandal

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781460361368
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 4/15/2014
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Original
  • Pages: 288
  • Sales rank: 366,828
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author


Elizabeth Bailey’s love of romance was born first through fairy tales and then Georgette Heyer, whom she discovered at the age of eleven. Writing was a late development, however. In her thirties Elizabeth began to write historical romances and quickly realised that writing was her true métier. In her spare time, Elizabeth creates productions twice yearly with the school theatre. She is also Artistic Director of a local arts festival held annually where she lives in Sussex.

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