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Rebel Rose

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Rebel Rose is a captivating novel that tells the story of a strong-willed young woman who defies societal norms and fights for her independence. Set in the late 19th century, the book paints a vivid picture of the challenges faced by women during that time period.

The protagonist, Rose, is a fascinating character who is unafraid to stand up for herself and pursue her dreams, even when faced with opposition from those around her. Her determination and courage make her a compelling heroine, and readers will find themselves rooting for her throughout the story.

The author does an excellent job of bringing the world of 19th century Australia to life, with rich descriptions and vivid imagery that transport the reader back in time. The historical setting adds an extra layer of depth to the story, making it even more engaging.

Overall, Rebel Rose is a beautifully written and compelling novel that will resonate with readers who enjoy stories of strong women overcoming adversity. With its engaging plot and well-developed characters, this book is sure to captivate audiences of all ages.

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The Rebel Rose is the story of Mary Stuart Beaton, a descendant of Mary Queen of Scots who has come to London in the hope of having her family claims legitimized. The Pretendress -- as she is called, finds herself caught up in the devices of her own personal guardians as well as a scheming London society woman scorned by a powerful member of Parliament who has become an admirer of the Princess. Apart from the claims of royalty, Mary Beaton knows where her worth is found and she proves to be a formidable opponent for all those scheming for and against her.

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