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Lovers' Quarrels by Joan Smith. Her beauty was timeless...but on the marriage mart she was running out of time! Jane Halsey decided it was time to stop her firlish daydreams and face reality. She had to find a rich husband to end the financial woes plaguing her sister Belle and herself. Lord Romeo, an ardent lover of all things Grecian, vowed the moment she saw Jane (whom he promptly renamed Athene) to marry her. That was precisely what his brother, Lord Renfrew wanted: a practical lady of good conscience to wed his eccentric brother. Jane, however, had no interest, classical or otherwise, in the incorrigible Romeo. Renfrew was her ideal. The dram unfolding was both a comedy and a tragedy. And how she yearned for a romance!
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