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A Pressing Engagement

really liked it 4.0  ·  Rating Details ·  2 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Beautiful young Diana St. Aubin is at the mercy of Jared Talent, Earl of Burnleigh—and he has none. The seductively handsome earl has the power to send Diana to prison for a crime she did not commit unless she agrees to pose as his future bride. It is a pretense that Diana can barely tolerate, but it is even more clear that her protests and pleas have no hope of moving ...more
Hardcover, 224 pages
Published January 31st 2008 by Robert Hale (first published 2008)
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Rachel Knowles
Apr 25, 2015 Rachel Knowles rated it really liked it
Shelves: romance-clean
Jared Talent, Earl of Burnleigh, discovers that he has been robbed and holds Diana St Aubin responsible. Refusing to believe her explanation of her behaviour, Jared forces Diana to enter into a masquerade for the sake of his dying grandfather. But who is trying to abduct Diana and where is the brother whom she claims she was on her way to meet?

I confess that the cover of this book put me off and I was not expecting such a well written novel. I really enjoyed this story and particularly liked the
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Cheri
Nov 27, 2012 Cheri rated it really liked it
It was good. I liked how they suppressed their feelings for each other at first. But I think the hostage part was overrated. How I wish they got married on the last part!
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