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Of Noble Birth by Brenda Novak

Of Noble Birth

Description : Dreaming of escaping her cruel stepfather, lovely seamstress Alexandra Cogsworth never expected to be kidnapped by handsome seafarer Nathaniel Kent, a vengeful pirate who mistakes her for his half-sister. Original.

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Authors : Brenda Novak

Published Date : 1999-11-01

Publisher : HarperTorch

ISBN : 0061098590

Page : 416 Pages

Categories : Fiction

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Filesize: 6 MB

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