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Rafferty's Legacy Would Their Life Be Ruined By This Feud Promise Not To Have Anything To Do With Patrick Rafferty, Carl Asked Teresa, Loving Him, Wanted To Agree Yet How Could She Refuse To See Her Newly Found Uncle It Was Only Then That She Learned About The Feud That Had Plagued Their Families For Generations And She Knew That Whatever Had Been Held Against Her Family Would Inevitably Be Leveled Against HerHow Could There Be Any Future Happiness For Her And Carl

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10 thoughts on “Rafferty's Legacy

  1. says:

    Rafferty s legacy is the land the heroine s grandfather won in a drunken bet against the hero s grandfather Since then, the two families have feuded At the time they met, neither the Australian hero nor the English heroine know that the heroine is connected to the feud Heroine lost her family in a plane crash Hero had a loose connection to the football soccer event the plane was traveling

  2. says:

    Amusing amnesia story where heroine is not above manipulating others by playing up or playing down her convenient memory loss There is a long and bitter generational feud that drives the protagonists apart The secondary character of the uncouth uncle was instrumental in driving a wedge between his niece and her fiance but he is not really villainous, just stubborn, bitter and proud.The first half o

  3. says:

    I actually liked this one a lot When the story opens, the Hero and heroine are in love and celebrating at their engagement party, when they are rudely interrupted by an old man who claims to be the uncle of the heroine He is the sworn enemy of the Hero in a decades old feud started by the grandparents.The heroine has come to Australia from England and didn t know any of her relatives She s just been orphane

  4. says:

    I liked this book fine It was good but not great Happy Reading

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