Anything but a typical aristocrat, young Baroness Marie-Louise is not afraid to roll up her sleeves and get to work, especially when it comes to saving her ancestral estate. Determined to shake loose the shackles of propriety and gain the warm family life her upbringing denied her, she has vowed to marry a man of lower rank. Blue-bloods need not apply.
But when she is forced to turn to a childhood friend for assistance, the handsome, debonair count may prove a temptation impossible to resist. Marie-Louise soon finds herself caught between the comfort of a middle-class doctor and the passion of a nobleman, with the future of her childhood home at stake.
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Didi Lawson exchanged her town car for a pick-up truck and learned to operate a tractor when she and her husband moved from Arizona to a farm in Missouri where she now weaves her tales. Her love for writing started early in life when she entertained her friends with her stories, won prizes for her essays in high school, and wrote road shows and poems for the youth group in her church.
She enjoys the outdoors, her children and ten grandchildren, and keeps an active social calendar.
Author Favorite Things
Please complete the following favorite things list:
I have actually two quotes that I like:
1. CHOICE by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: Choose well; your choice is brief, and yet endless.
2. CREATIVITY. If one can imagine, he can create. If he can create, he can make the world a better place.
- TV show
I like documentaries, and especially the ones about foreign countries a history and animals.
- Comic book character
Don’t have any
Pride and Prejudice, Ann of Green Gables, Harry Potter, The Proposal, Second-hand Lions
The Work and the Glory, Hunger Games
- Candy bar
My very favorites are the dark Lindt truffels, but I also like milk chocolate with whole toasted hazelnuts
- Junk food
BBQ potato chips once in a great while
- Place you visited
Germany, France, Spain, Austria, Italy, Switzerland, Hungary, Romania, Denmark, Holland, Israel, Belgium, USA, Canada, Alaska
I like GOOD Chinese food, but also like to eat at Olive Garden and try to find some Mom and Pop places to eat if the food is good.
Nieblum, Sylt and Amrum (Germany), The Outer Banks, Martha’s Vinyard (don’t know if this is an island)
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