Caroline's WaterlooeBook - 1980
Caroline had never imagined that anyone would want to marry her. After all, she wasn't pretty or clever in any way. But the imposing Professor Radinck Thoe van Erckelens did propose to her and, having speedily fallen in love with him, she accepted. However, Radinck was clear about what he wanted in a wife-a convenient hostess! Caroline could settle into that role. Or she could rise to the challenge of changing Radinck's feelings for her.
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"I don't went my life disturbed."
Baron Radinck Thoe van Erckelens was very clear about his reasons for wanting to marry Caroline--and love was not one of them.
Caro loved Radinck, though, so she agreed to his terms--that she was not to interfere in his life or try to change it. Inwardly she promised that she would make him love her.
But she wondered whether the warm and loving man she saw beneath that cold exterior would ever surface. And if he did--would the warmth be for her?
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