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Isobel Chace has 45 books on Goodreads with ratings. Isobel Chace’s most popular book is Second Best Wife. To Marry A Tiger, The Tartan Touch, Cadence Of Portugal (Harlequin Romances 3 In 1). Isobel Chace. from: $ · The Japanese Lantern. by Isobel Chace. Isobel Chace, author of The Beads of Nemesis, on LibraryThing. Teresa Hunter de Guise wrote as Elizabeth Hunter, Elizabeth de Guise, and Isobel Chace.

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Preview — Cadence of Portugal by Isobel Chace.

Seeing her only as a bully, misbelieving the tall tales told him by her sister, Jennifer, William and Georgina are in constant battle. Main page Rating statistics.

View all 3 comments. Learn more about Amazon Prime. But before he can do anything, evil companion locks the ward in a shed with a bunch of scary ceremonial masks.

Lists with This Book. Kay added it Oct 27, View all 6 comments. The Saffron Sky by Isobel Chace 2. Katherine was going to live in Tunisia because old Monsieur Edouard de Hallet, who had left her his estates there, had made it a condition in his will.

She was a member of the Romantic Novelists’ Association. Beiza added it Dec 21, From being the prim cjace of the Manse, within a few days Kirsty found herself amazingly on the other side of the world, in the Australian Outback, as the wife “in name only’ of Andrew Fraser.

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Warning it’s not that exciting but this old lady loved it. Taylor rated it it was amazing Apr 08, A fine line between love and hate is eventually revealed.

The Tartan Touch by Isobel Chace

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Are you an author? Hero is amazed when his mother is glad he got the better sister. Paperback isonel, Harlequin Romance Only the little sister changed her mind and blamed that mind change on the heroine.

The Hospital of Fatima by Isobel Chace

Elizabeth passed away in Mayat To ask other readers questions about Isobdl of Portugalplease sign up. The love story of two Australians temporarily working in the country is seasoned with an enlivening, but not too sinister touch of mystery. Jan 25, Margo rated it did not like it. Kay added it Oct 27, She wished she didn’t care what this famous archeologist thought–but she did. Lexie rated it isobeo liked it Jan 21, There was lots of banter like this.

But that was b Her brother Alexander also wrote Western novels. Sarah Cassidy marked it as to-read Jan 27, Kathy marked it as to-read Jul 10, Hnou marked it as to-read Sep 21, Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. The ward has yet another succubus as a caretaker making the arrogant H one of the biggest rubes in HarleyLand. Heroine sees through this right away, but hero doesn’t back up firing the companion until he overhears her talking to the ward and the heroine.

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May 22, SallyB rated it really liked it Shelves: Helen Hastings had hardly been married when her husband Michael went out to the Pacific on a diving expedition and died there.

The Whistling Thorn by Isobel Chace 2. Karen-Leigh rated it liked it Feb 01, I enjoyed very much the moment when she punched the hero. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Elizabeth wrote under the pseudonym of Isobel Chace, and under her real names: Singing in the Wilderness.

Shopbop Designer Chsce Brands. Hnou marked it as to-read Jun 26, A Man of Kent. The Edge of Beyond by Isobel Isobell 3. But the real problem turned out to be the child’s lordly uncle, the arrogant Manoel Ferrado, who didn’t approve of career women like Camilla, but who just couldn’t be ignored!

Heroine can’t see how smitten he is until the end.

Singing in the Wilderness

Why couldn’t he see she wasn’t chacr child? Sister gives up in defeat. When Sarah Feaney was employed as photographer for the Djerba expedition, Sarah’s lovely sister came too.