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Miss Wilton's waltz [electronic resource] / Josi S. Kilpack.

Kilpack, Josi S., (author.). hoopla digital. (Added Author).
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  • ISBN: 9781629736402 (electronic bk.)
  • ISBN: 1629736406 (electronic bk.)
  • Physical Description: 1 online resource
  • Publisher: [United States] : Shadow Mountain Publishing, 2018.
  • Distributor: Made available through hoopla

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Digital content provided by hoopla.
Summary, etc.:
A follow-up to Josi S. Kilpack's bestselling Proper Romance title The Vicar's Daughter. Shy and timid Lenora Wilton has spent most of her life either behind the keys of her beloved pianoforte or in the shadow of her younger sister, Cassie. But when Lenora decides to travel to Bath to live with her Aunt Gwen and teach music at an all-girls' boarding school, she begins a journey of self-discovery that leads her to a surprising romance. When Lenora meets Aidan Asher, a plantation owner who has recently returned to England from Jamaica in order to care for his orphaned niece, she finds herself unexpectedly attracted to him, despite the fact that she has resigned herself to remaining an independent, unmarried woman. But problems arise when she learns that Catherine--Lenora's newest and most troublesome student in the school--is Mr. Asher's niece. The chemistry between Lenora and Aidan increases until they share a passionate kiss one evening by the River Avon. But Lenora's perfect fantasy is shattered when she learns that Aidan is engaged to another woman. Aidan doesn't love Miss Keighly--he had proposed to her simply as a way to provide a stable home life for Catherine--but Lenora is not sure she can trust him anymore. When Miss Keighly announces that she is not interested in dissolving the engagement, Aidan finds himself caught between his obligation and his heart. Lenora must decide if she is willing to risk her heart for a chance to love and be loved in return.
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Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Subject: Music teachers > England > Bath > Fiction.
Man-woman relationships > Fiction.
Electronic books.
Bath (England), setting.
Genre: Regency fiction.

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