An Impossible Confession

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Helen Fairmead first meets Lord Drummond in slightly risqué circumstances and finds it impossible to confess her true identity to him. Soon afterwards she is shocked to discover that he is at odds with her sister and brother-in-law over a scandal involving horse racing – her brother-in-law’s passion. Not only that, but her sister has also selected a potential suitor for Helen, a man named Ralph St John. How can Helen let her family know that Ralph is not all he seems and at the same time tell them that she is in love with a man they dislike and who does not even know her real name?

An Impossible Confession is yet another sparkling romance from Sandra Heath. She certainly knows her audience and crafts her novels with great care to keep her readership satisfied and wanting more. Her books are light-hearted reads perfect for filling in a spare moment.

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Century

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(UK) £18.99

ISBN
(UK) 9780709080879

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Hardback

Pages
223

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