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Resultados para: his brothers child

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    His Brother'apos;s Child

    Pat Ballard

    One party. One wild night in her entire life and Faith Carr winds up pregnant! What were the odds? And what were the odds of finding out that the handsome stranger who'd gotten her pregnant had only made love to her because of a stupid bet! And now...

  • The Story Of Valentine And His Brother...

    Oliphant, Margaret Wilson

    Excerpt from The Story of Valentine and His Brother This was preliminary to the story which old Lady Eskside had begun to tell when I opened to you, gentle reader, the door of this great dim room. She was deep in it by the time we shadows entered,...

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  • Letters From Simkin The Second To His Dear...

    AUTHOR,UNKNOWN; Unknown, Author

    Excerpt from Letters From Simkin the Second to His Dear Brother in Walles: Containing an Humble Description of the Trial of Warren Hastings, Esq. With Simon's Answer Q, With the Conn/21 of hastings were you at the Hall A. I might accidentally give...

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  • The Race Of Castlebar - Being A Narrative...


    Excerpt from The Race of Castlebar: Being a Narrative Addressed by Mr. John Bunbury to His Brother, Mr. Theodore Bunbury, Attached to His Britannic Majesty's Embassy at Florence, October 1798, and Now First Given to the World That I did not do so,...

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