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Springtime Betrothals

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A Season for Seduction / A Wedding for Their Baby's Sake

Engaged to marry - but can the rake be reformed? A season for seduction...At twenty-four, Lady Serena Summerton puts herself firmly back on the shelf - this time for good! Her abusive first marriage was an utter disaster, and she's determined not to repeat it. Dashing Captain Langthorne resolves to tempt, entice, or,
Paperback, 560 pages
Published March 1st 2010 by M&b Publishing (first published 2010)
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Nov 04, 2013 Jenny rated it did not like it
Shelves: unfinished, romance
I could not finish this book. There were several anachronisms, which always break the spell of a book for me, and there was entirely too much nattering and hand-wringing going on.
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ELIZABETH BEACON lives in the beautiful English West Country, and is finally putting her insatiable curiosity about the past to good use. Over the years Elizabeth has worked in her family’s horticultural business, become a mature student, qualified as an English teacher, worked as a secretary and, briefly, tried to be a civil servant. She is now happily ensconced behind her computer, when not ...more
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