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The Romance of Language: Word for the Week 1/27/17

  Monomachy: “A duel.” from Samuel Johnson’s Dictionary of the English Language, 1755.   Even though I’ve written about duels ┬áin my romance novels Only Scandal Will Do and the upcoming Only A Mistress Will Do, I had not come … Continue reading

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