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Masquerading as a singer to perform a new musical theater production, funded by her brother, after the star loses her voice, Josephine Shy, the talented daughter of a respectable vicar, finds herself targeted by the attentions of the music-loving Lord Daniel York, who has become entranced by her exquisite singing voice. Original.
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Miss Josephine Shy is blessed with an exquisite soprano voice that no one outside her family circle will ever hear. As the daughter of a thoroughly respectable vicar, she cannot appear on stage. But when her rapscallion brother bankrolls a new musical theatre production and the famous star loses her voice, Josephine agrees to sing the part - behind a screen, of course. Soon all of London is humming the score of "The Shepherdess" - and its flock of live sheep are the sensation of the season! All the more reason for the music-loving Lord Daniel York to attend every performance. He is enthralled by the star's exquisite voice, if not her appearance. But when a wayward lamb knocks over the screen and Josephine is revealed at last in all her blushing glory, Lord York falls head over heels in love...
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Book Description Zebra, 2005. Mass Market Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0821778188
Book Description Zebra, 2005. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0821778188