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Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Stafford Library FIC BALOGH (Text to phone) 34061088406063 Adult New Fiction Checked out 09/25/2021
Ansonia Public Library FIC BALOGH, MARY (Text to phone) 34045120736769 Adult New Fiction Available -
Bethel Public Library NEW ROM BALOGH (Text to phone) 34030148198705 Adult New Romance Available -
Black Rock Branch - Bridgeport FIC BALOGH (Text to phone) 34000151236056 Adult New Fiction Available -
Burroughs-Saden Main - Bridgeport FIC BALOGH (Text to phone) 34000151236064 Adult New Fiction Available -
C.H. Booth Library - Newtown FIC BAL (Text to phone) 34014150101377 Adult New Fiction Checked out 10/02/2021
 Series: Westcott, 8
Derby Public Library FIC BAL (Text to phone) 34047150121946 Adult New Fiction Checked out 09/17/2021
East Side Branch - Bridgeport FIC BALOGH (Text to phone) 34000151236098 Adult New Fiction Available -
Hall Memorial Library - Ellington BALOGH, MARY (Text to phone) 34037146726486 Adult New Fiction Checked out 09/24/2021
Jonathan Trumbull Library - Lebanon FIC BAL Westcott Bk.9 (Text to phone) 33430147657829 Adult New Fiction Available -
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"Is love worth the loss of one's freedom and independence? This is what Mrs. Tavernor must decide in the new novel in the Westcott series from New York Times bestselling author Mary Balogh. When Harry Westcott lost the title Earl of Riverdale after the discovery of his father's bigamy, he shipped off to fight in the Napoleonic Wars, where he was near-fatally wounded. After a harrowing recovery, the once cheery, light-hearted boy has become a reclusive, somber man. Though Harry insists he enjoys the solitude, he does wonder sometimes if he is lonely. Lydia Tavernor, recently widowed, dreams of taking a lover. Her marriage to Reverend Isaiah Tavernor was one of service and obedience, and she has secretly enjoyed her freedom since his death. She doesn't want to shackle herself to another man in marriage, but sometimes, she wonders if she is lonely. Both are unwilling to face the truth until they find themselves alone together one night, and Lydia surprises even herself with a simple question: "Are you ever lonely?" Harry's answer leads them down a path neither could ever have imagined.."-- Provided by publisher.
Genre: Love stories.
Regency fiction.

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