The Courting Campaign

The Courting Campaign

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by Catherine George
     
 

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The thrill of the chase!

Patrick Hazard had a plan of action that took Hester by surprise. She hadn't intended falling in love with anyone, but Patrick wasn't content just to be friends—he wined and dined Hester, pursued her and wooed her…whatever it took to win her over.

Secretly, Hester didn't need moonlight and roses to

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The thrill of the chase!

Patrick Hazard had a plan of action that took Hester by surprise. She hadn't intended falling in love with anyone, but Patrick wasn't content just to be friends—he wined and dined Hester, pursued her and wooed her…whatever it took to win her over.

Secretly, Hester didn't need moonlight and roses to tell her that she and Patrick shared something special. As far as she was concerned, she was now spoken for—or had she spoken too soon? What was preventing Patrick from making that final proposal of marriage?

Of A Brief Encounter:
"Catherine George brings readers a delightful tale of falling in love."
Romantic Times

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781459263093
Publisher:
Harlequin
Publication date:
07/15/2011
Sold by:
HARLEQUIN
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
570,022
File size:
242 KB

Meet the Author

Catherine George was born in Wales, and early on developed a passion for reading which eventually fuelled her compulsion to write. Marriage to an engineer led to nine years in Brazil, but on his later travels the education of her son and daughter kept her in the UK. And, instead of constant reading to pass her lonely evenings, she began to write the first of her romantic novels. When not writing and reading she loves to cook, listen to opera, and browse in antiques shops.

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The Courting Campaign 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous 29 days ago
I love this author's cozily romantic style. Only about half her books are available for e-readers. WHY?