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eBook Details:

ISBN: 9781402270499
ISBN-10: 1402270496
Published: 6th August 2013
Format: ePUB
Format: ePUB
Language: English
Published: 6th August 2013
Edition Number: 1
Published: 6th August 2013

Description:

A sexy Regency re-telling of A Midsummer Night's Dream The charming, dissolute Earl of Pembroke is the most notorious rake in London. Home from the war against Bonaparte's forces, he spends his time gaming, drinking, and bedding courtesans, trying to forget the only woman he ever loved. Arabella, Duchess of Hawthorne, is the woman who betrayed him. Forced into a marriage with an older man, Arabella hasn't seen Pembroke in years. But now her elderly husband is dead, murdered by his heir. And if the new duke can't have her for his own, nobody will. The only person who can save her is Pembroke, the man she deserted years ago.


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