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After her father committed suicide rather than face his mounting gambling debts, Oksana Wallingford knows she will have to work to live. She finds a position as nanny for the Duke of Essex. Oksana and Rafe's personalities are like oil and water. However, what begins as mutual hate slowly begins to change into something more. But what future can they have when Rafe has sworn off marriage for good? More

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  • Category: Fiction » Romance » Historical
  • Words: 81,280
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781301108626
About Barbara T. Cerny

Author Barbara T. Cerny has garnered NATIONAL INDIE EXCELLENCE® BOOK AWARDS FINALIST 2015, A READER’S FAVORITE® 2015 AWARDS FINALIST, four A Reader’s Favorite 5 Star ratings, and an INDIE READER APPROVED seal as judged by top industry professionals— not as merely a great indie book— but as great book, period. Named by Novel Writing Festival 2017 best of ADVENTURE Novel Stories from around the world, and Book Viral SHORT LIST of authors for the 2017 Millennium Book Award

Barb grew up in Grand Junction, Colorado, which at that time was a small town of 30,000 people. She left that little burg to see the world, garner three college degrees, and to serve in the US Army. After eight years on active duty and fourteen years in the reserves, she retired as a lieutenant colonel in 2007. While deployed to the Middle East in 2005, Ms. Cerny finally figured out she had to get going on the real love of her life, writing. She wrote her first two novels during that time and hasn’t stopped. She is presently working on novels number seven, eight, and nine. When not writing, Ms. Cerny works as an information technology specialist and supervisor for the US Air Force. She lives with her loving husband, their two active teenagers, and three needy cats. The cats patiently watch her write and listen to her intently as she discusses plot lines with them.

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Susie FT reviewed on on April 9, 2013

I really enjoyed this book and stayed up half the night reading it. I got teary eyed a number of times. The heroine was a bit too perfect and I didn't really believe she, as a peeress, would have been treated quite so shabbily by the hero at that time in England. But that is minor. The characters are vivid and easy to care for. The plot is original, at least to me. In the end I felt quite satisfied with the entire story. I look forward to reading more by this author.
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