Miss Ryder's Memoirs

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3.00 · 1 ratings · Published: Sep 6th, 1988 {{ book.ratingTitle }}
A MOST AMUSING MISADVENTURE

It was bad enough when the dashing and debonair Sir John Meddows spied Miss Catherine Ryder in a totally embarrassing state of undress in what she imagined was a secluded swimming pond.

It was even worse when instead of turning his back he showed her his grinning face.

But what was really infuriating to the incorrigibly unconventional Catherine was that Sir John ignored her whenever her prim, proper and annoyingly attractive sister Amanda appeared.

Miss Catherine Ryder might be a young lady who dared to do anything she wanted--but now she had to learn to stop at nothing to win the lord she loved....

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