Whilst Wellington's army march across Europe, Barbara faces marriage to an elderly widower in England. Disguised as a stable lad, she runs off to France to seek her childhood sweetheart. Her true identity remains a secret, until she is unmasked at the ball on the eve of Waterloo.
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In the summer of 1815 a young English girl f aces marriage to an elderly widower. Disguised as a stable l ad she flees to France to find her childhood sweetheart Harr y. Her true identity is discovered when she is forced out of her disguise at a ball. 'About the Author:
Judith Saxton has built up a formidable reputation as one of Britain's best present day writers of women's fiction, and is among the top PLR earners in the country. She was born and brought up in Norfolk but for many years has lived with her family in North Wales. A lover of the countryside, she likes her characters to inhabit areas she knows well, and frequently uses both areas as settings.
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