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Hunting Unicorns (book)


Witty and sophisticated, Hunting Unicorns explores the universal themes of love, loyalty and family. American Maggie Monroe is an independent and fearless New York journalist. The more cutting-edge the story, the happier she is. But when her next assignment turns out to be a documentary on the decline of England's ruling classes, she's furious at being given an uninvited chaperone on her journey, especially the angry, self-mocking and strictly teetotal son of an Earl. [1]