The Baron and the Bookseller

The Baron and the Bookseller The Innocent SeductressOn the surface Miss Gwynneth Dunlevvy seemed simply a sweet shy young lady who ran a humble bookstore in the tiny town of Guilford Few realized the ravishing beauty cloaked by

  • Title: The Baron and the Bookseller
  • Author: June Calvin
  • ISBN: 9780451182395
  • Page: 462
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Innocent SeductressOn the surface, Miss Gwynneth Dunlevvy seemed simply a sweet, shy young lady who ran a humble bookstore in the tiny town of Guilford Few realized the ravishing beauty cloaked by her dowdy dresses And no one knew of the letters she exchanged under a false name with the bold thinking, loose living Baron Stuart Langley But now the Baron had come toThe Innocent SeductressOn the surface, Miss Gwynneth Dunlevvy seemed simply a sweet, shy young lady who ran a humble bookstore in the tiny town of Guilford Few realized the ravishing beauty cloaked by her dowdy dresses And no one knew of the letters she exchanged under a false name with the bold thinking, loose living Baron Stuart Langley But now the Baron had come to town to satisfy his desire to meet the unknown author of this captivating correspondence It soon was clear that a meeting of the minds was not all the libertine lord wanted with the woman who had stirred far than his curiosity at even Gwynneth s talented pen could not hide her identity for much longerd that if she were ever unmasked, she surely would be undone.

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    About "June Calvin"

    1. June Calvin

      June Calvin has been married to her one and only since 1962 they have one grown son, Craig When not writing she loves to make candles, crochet, or watch birds She has been a teacher, secretary, P.R person, museum educator, antique dealer, newspaper reporter, and teacher again, before discovering the world of Regency romance Finally realizing what she wanted to be when she grew up, she wrote The Baron and the Bookseller, which won the Romance Writers of America s Golden Heart award in 1993.

    172 thoughts on “The Baron and the Bookseller”

    1. Much more political than I expected.Also:The hero is that sort of man that populates romance novels extensively and manages to push all my annoyed buttons. He has a correspondence with a woman, ostensibly respects her mind, trusts her, etc but still when she has a secret decides he knows best and must learn it. She says it will endanger her if he or anyone knows and he even threatens to reveal her because he is a big baby who doesn't get what he wants. His arrogance that he knows best I hate thi [...]


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