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Maurice Traherne is wrongly accused of fraud and gambling and must play a careful hand if he is to win his love, Octavia, from the grasp of other, less honorable men and retain the trust of those who had faith in him. Traherne is temporarily crippled saving the life of his well-­born friend, Jaspar. Thus, Jaspar is assured of inheriting his father's estate, but it is expected that Traherne will inherit great wealth as gratitude for saving the heir. But--­surprise!--­on the death of Jaspar's father all are shocked to learn that Traherne has been disinherited: the will has been changed at the last minute and only the suffering Traherne knows why but won't tell and then he falls in love with Jaspar's sister, the fair Octavia. However, Octavia is forbidden to marry, as Traherne is penniless.

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Arguably the most famous female American author, Louisa May Alcott is beloved by legions of fans for her book Little Women. The story, and its sequels (Little Men, and Jo's Boys) portrays the trials and triumphs of four sisters growing up in America in the 19th century. Primarily intended for young readers, but enjoyed by all ages, the stories promote family relationships and virtues such selflessness and perseverance. Inspiring and heart-­warming, this ebook contains Little Women and it's sequels as well as the delightful Flower Fables and Under the Lilacs. Adults will enjoy these as well as more serious works like Hospital Sketches, a remarkable account of Alcott's experiences as a nurse during the US. Civil War. More than 15 titles are included in this single download.

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? Title contains 200+ illustrations both full Color, Black & White. ? Title contains Summary (Plot Summary, Characters) ? FREE audio book link at the end of the book ? Louisa May Alcott's Biography ? Louisa May Alcott's Top Quotes ? Easy to navigated Active Table of Contents ? High formatting quality and standards, manually crafted by professionals Little Women is a novel by American author Louisa May Alcott (1832?­1888). The book was written and set in the Alcott family home, Orchard House, in Concord, Massachusetts. It was published in two volumes in 1868 and 1869. The novel follows the lives of four sisters ? Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy March ? and is loosely based on the author's childhood experiences with her three sisters. The first volume, Little Women, was an immediate commercial and critical success, prompting the composition of the book's second volume, entitled Good Wives, which was also successful. Both books were first published as a single volume entitled Little Women in . . .

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Louisa May Alcott was one of the most famous American writers. Alcott is best known for the Little Women series. She also served as a nurse at a Union hospital and wrote on her experiences. This edition includes a table of contents.

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"This is the third time I've found you poring over that old rhyme. What is the charm, Richard? Not its poetry I fancy.­" And the young wife laid a slender hand on the yellow, time-­worn page where, in Old English text, appeared the lines she laughed at.

Richard Trevlyn looked up with a smile and threw by the book, as if annoyed at being discovered reading it. Drawing his wife's hand through his own, he led her back to her couch, folded the soft shawls about her, and, sitting in a low chair beside her, said in a cheerful tone, though his eyes betrayed some hidden care, "My love, that book is a history of our family for centuries, and that old prophecy has never yet been fulfilled, except the 'heir and heiress' line. I am the last Trevlyn, and as the time draws near when my child shall be born, I naturally think of his future, and hope he will enjoy his heritage in peace.­"

"God grant it!­" softly echoed Lady Trevlyn, adding, with a look askance at the old book, "I read that . . .

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Rose, a shy orphan, blossoms in the company of her spirited relatives when she takes up residence at "The Aunt Hill.­" This captivating novel by the author of Little Women offers readers of all ages endearing, inspiring stories about growing up, making friends, and facing life with kindness and courage.

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