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Can't remember the book's name

Hey .. 
I read this historical romance book a while ago and I remember the story but absolutely don't remember the name of the book, or author's.
Here is the short version of the story:
A widowed woman and her daughter move to this man's place, who has just come into some money and a title. he does not know the way into the society or have proper etiquette. They both fall in love and marry.
The widowed first husband died of a very bad fever which after a while in their marriage the wife catches as well.
it is a very nice story of how they go through with life and each get into their roles of their new life and during that they fall in love..
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Re: Can't remember the book's name

This is Where Dreams Begin by Lisa Kleypas