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MARRIAGE, LIKE DANGER, COULD COME WHEN LEAST EXPECTED ...

For despite Lady Annica Sayles's determination to remain a spinster --- the better to avenge wronged women, the better to guard her heart --- her passionate response to Tristan Sinclair, the elusive Earl of Auberville, swept her into a web of intrigue and desire beyond her wildest imaginings! ...

LORD AUBERVILLE WANTE
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Paperback, Harlequin Historical #617, 297 pages
Published July 1st 2002 by Harlequin Books
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Patrice
Jan 18, 2013 Patrice rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: historical romance readers
In the backward way I sometimes do things, I read the last book in this series first, but it in no way diminished this story at all. It is a well written story that captures your attention and holds it throughout the telling of the tale. This is a historical romance and you could say there is also a mystery involved.
Lady Annica Sayles is a woman determined to remain a spinster and never rely on a man, except for her Uncle, cousin and servant/confidant, Hodgeson. She turns suitors away before th
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Julie
This is a Harlequin Regency Historical Romance novel written by Gail Ranstrom. This MAY be the first Harlequin book I've ever read. These are not like the really short ones with the white cover.( No offense, those just aren't my style) This book was really good! In fact, in some ways it put me in mind of some of Amanda Quick historical novels. Not that there was anything supernatural or anything, but there was crime and mystery with the romance. Our heroine, Annica, is an independent woman deter ...more
Lynne Tull
I am not really sure how I got stuck on Harlequin authors? This book is a part of a series that involves the Wednesday League. The Wednesday League is a group of ladies that have decided that women get no justice when a man is involved in meting it. Therefore, they take it upon themselves to avenge any wrong to a woman...in order words, they are a vigilante group. I am not sure if such a group existed in this period, but it is a little far fetched. When this heroine/vigilante has the opportunity ...more
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