Lord Richard's Daughter book. Regency Romance by Joan Wolf; Beautiful Julianne Wells was raised in Africa by her stern missionary father.
Lord Richard's Daughter book. Beautiful Julianne Wells was raised in Africa by her stern. If not for the timely intervention of the English adventurer John Champeronoun, she would have wound up being sold into slavery. Home in England, Julianne becomes respectably engaged to the son of an earl. Then John returns and Julianne's life turns upside down. Regency Romance by Joan Wolf; originally published by Signet.
Joan Wolf writes with an absolute emotional mastery that goes straight to the heart. Sadly, Lord Richard's wife lived only one year after her arrival in Africa, giving her husband and his mission everything she had although physically weak. A master storyteller. Julianne was a much stronger type of female and flourished in the wilds of Africa becoming a crack shot and reveling in the beautiful landscape. Unfortunately, she eventually came to pretty much hate her father who was an unbending tyrant.
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Lord Richards Daughter. There was an adequate staff of servants. The house was immaculate and the food appeared regularly, but there was a museum-like quality to the place, she thought. There was no sign of domesticity harem was empty. She mentioned her feeling to Said, one of the men who had escorted her on the night she first came to the house by Lake Ezbekhiah. It seemed that Said was John’s chief lieutenant and he also appeared to be a friend
A Double Deception, 1983. Change of Heart, 1983. Lord Richard's Daughter, 1983.
1951 (age 68–69) Bronx, New York, United States. A Double Deception, 1983. Affair of the Heart, 1984.
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Beautiful Julianne Wells was raised in Africa by her stern missionary father
com User, September 5, 2001. The heroine Joanna Crewe is the niece of a duke (her father is not the duke, although the blurb on the back of my copy claims this to be the case).
Title: Lord Richard's Daughter Author: Joan Wolf Format: Mass-market Paperback, 220 pgs Illustrations .
Title: Lord Richard's Daughter Author: Joan Wolf Format: Mass-market Paperback, 220 pgs Illustrations: N/A Publisher: Signet, 1983 ISBN: 0451123832. Remainder mark, slight spine slant, notes in ink on 1st and 2nd pages, light cover wear, hinge crease. Now, five years later, his lovely daughter Julianne returned to London with a story of her father's tragic death and her own miraculous rescue by the notorious English adventurer, John Champernoun. Little did aristocratic society suspect what had really happened in Africa, nor did Julianne want that truth revealed. By (author) Joan Wolf. Close X. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.
Below you'll find a Joan Wolf books list, including published and even unpublished works.
Any type of book or journal citing Joan Wolf as a writer should appear on this. Below you'll find a Joan Wolf books list, including published and even unpublished works. Any type of book or journal citing Joan Wolf as a writer should appear on this list. The full bibliography of the author Joan Wolf below includes book jacket images whenever possible. Items featured on this poll include everything from The Pretenders to Harnessing the Holocaust.
Author: Joan Wolf
Publisher: Signet; First Edition edition (July 5, 1983)
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