Landlord's Black-Eyed Daughter
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"This wonderful retelling of Alfred Noyes's The Highwayman, is quite simply, remarkable." -Booklist starred review And the highwayman came riding, riding, riding... Elizabeth Wyndham is a rarity-a young lady who writes novels-bestsellers in fact. But with her sharp tongue and quick temper, she's nothing like her vapid, charming heroines. Rand Remington is an ex-soldier disillusioned with England's less-than-honorable nobility. By day a gentleman, by night he robs the rich to try to make life better for the poor. Rand and Elizabeth are drawn inexorably together, until the fateful night when the men trying to capture Rand use Elizabeth as living bait...Based on the beloved poem about two timeless lovers who would die for each other... "A swift and bawdy tale...and manages a happy ending as well." -Mary Jo Putney, New York Times bestselling author of Never Less Than a Lady "A fast pace, fluid writing, and an exceptionally well-crafted plot..." -Library Journal "An exhilarating romp throughout 18th century England, with adventure at every turn and spine-tingling suspense." -Midwest Book Review
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