In the final historical romance of the Pascal trilogy, a chance encounter in a faraway land leads to lifelong love. Making his way through Turkey, Andre de Saint-Simon saves the life of a young Englishwoman. He has no intention of keeping her by his side—no matter how charming she may be. But when he discovers that Ali is the long-lost daughter of his mentor, Andre feels obligated to return her to England. Maybe with some distance he might be able to forget her . . . Determined to win Andre's heart, Ali endeavors to turn herself into a proper lady. When Andre finally returns home, Ali carefully orchestrates his arranged marriage—with herself in the role of bride. Legally bound to the waif he once saved, Andre refuses to admit his growing desire for the woman Ali has become. But he can only deny his heart's true home for so long . . .
by Katherine Kingsley
by Mary Mapes Dodge
by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
by Johann David Wyss
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