The Ex-debutante

The Ex-debutante

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Baker & Taylor
With her family in turmoil, Boston attorney Carlisle Wainwright Cushing, a former Texas debutante, returns home to set things right--organize the Symphony Association Debutante Ball, deal with her mother's divorce, and regain her family's good name--but things become complicated when she comes face to face with the true love of her life. 100,000 first printing.

McMillan Palgrave
When Carlisle Wainwright Cushing left her native Texas to start a new life in Boston, she had no regrets. The former Texas debutante, who never felt at home in her Southern skin, had found liberation--or so she thought. Until the day she gets an urgent call from her mother, reporting that: one, the Symphony Association Debutante Ball, which Carlisle's family has sponsored for years, is about to be called off; Two, her mother's divorce has the whole town talking; And three, the family's good name is at stake and Carlisle is the only one who can fix it all. So Carlisle takes a leave of absence from her law firm and goes to Texas to help. Her fiance, who has no idea she's an heiress, can't know that she's organizing the ball, handling the dramas of the girls involved, settling her mother's suit--and coming face to face with the true love of her life, whom she ran out on when she left Texas. Her trip home challenges Carlisle's sense of herself and brings the pieces of her past togther, so that when she finally re-meets the man of her dreams, she's in a perfect place to tempt fate.


Baker
& Taylor

When Carlisle Wainwright Cushing left her native Texas to start a new life in Boston, she had no regrets. The former Texas debutante, who never felt at home in her Southern skin, had finally found liberation--or so she thought.
With her family in turmoil, Boston attorney Carlisle Wainwright Cushing, a former Texas debutante, returns home to set things right, but things become complicated when she comes face-to-face with the true love of her life.

Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 2008
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780312354961
0312354967
Branch Call Number: FICTION LEE
Characteristics: 341 p.

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I found that it was hard to get into and it was also all over the palce

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