Emma's Dilemma

Emma s Dilemma Emma Murdock must hire a man to take her virginity in order to save her family from losing their home She needs to marry a wealthy man and luckily she bears an uncanny resemblance to the missing cou

  • Title: Emma's Dilemma
  • Author: Lisa Cooke
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 179
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Emma Murdock must hire a man to take her virginity in order to save her family from losing their home She needs to marry a wealthy man and, luckily, she bears an uncanny resemblance to the missing countess who owns their home But as a servant, she does not have access to genteel society, so she assumes the countess s identity in order to mingle with the wealthiest in LonEmma Murdock must hire a man to take her virginity in order to save her family from losing their home She needs to marry a wealthy man and, luckily, she bears an uncanny resemblance to the missing countess who owns their home But as a servant, she does not have access to genteel society, so she assumes the countess s identity in order to mingle with the wealthiest in London and attain a match Unfortunately, the countess was a widow and, unlike Emma, widows aren t virgins Micajah Melbourne is shocked when a beautiful woman mistakes him for a dockworker and offers him a guinea to take her virginity He doesn t believe the strange story she s concocted as an explanation, but he s concerned if he doesn t accept her offer, she ll hire some dangerous lowlife to do the deed He agrees to help while he tries to learn the truth behind the lies But the truth he thinks he s uncovered changes his growing feelings of passion to a desire for revenge.

    One thought on “Emma's Dilemma”

    1. The premise of the book seemed a little hokey at first, but I definitely grew to like the story more as I went along. The plot and characters were both interesting and there were plenty of twists and turns in the action. This book follows along in a typical romance novel style.

    2. Good readThis was a good book but the storyline was a but farfetched. Ultimately, it ends like most romances but with a twist.

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