A Convenient Marriage

A Convenient Marriage The Reasons for Marriage The Dashing DukeLenore Lester was perfectly content with her quiet country life caring for her father and having no desire for marriage She took steps to remain inconspicuou

  • Title: A Convenient Marriage
  • Author: Stephanie Laurens
  • ISBN: 9780373833214
  • Page: 280
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • The Reasons for Marriage The Dashing DukeLenore Lester was perfectly content with her quiet country life, caring for her father, and having no desire for marriage She took steps to remain inconspicuous and tried her best to show indifference but no avail The irresistible Duke of Eversleigh had found her out and was quite persistent in his affectionsThe Shy Miss The Reasons for Marriage The Dashing DukeLenore Lester was perfectly content with her quiet country life, caring for her father, and having no desire for marriage She took steps to remain inconspicuous and tried her best to show indifference but no avail The irresistible Duke of Eversleigh had found her out and was quite persistent in his affectionsThe Shy Miss Notoriously charming Jason, Duke of Eversleigh, could easily see behind Miss Lenore s brilliant disguise Though the awkward lady hid behind glasses and pulled back hair, she couldn t cover her beauty And Jason was ever determined to loosen the hold she had on her heart.A Lady of Expectations Jack Lester has to find a brideBut where can he find the perfect woman She has to be attractive, kind, a good conversationalist and important, she has to accept him as he is devilishly handsome, charming, and, as far as anyone knows, poor as a church mouse If London society discovers his hidden wealth, he ll never find the right wife.Jack s heart races when he first lays eyes on Sophie Winterton She is everything he desires and but he is caught in his own trap Believing that Jack needs to marry into wealth, Sophie rejects all his advances, certain he would never marry a poor girl like her As they play out a game of cat and mouse, can Jack convince her that she is the woman he wants and that he is the husband she deserves

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    1. The historical English dialog made it seem theatrical; the problems of the "ton," proper behavior cannons and coming out parties were authentically presented, even though the drama was a bit outdated for my taste

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