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Gayle Callen

Return of the Viscount

From a USA Today bestseller, “a charming Victorian” about a woman who marries by proxy is “certain to entertain aficionados of historical romance” (Publishers Weekly).
Her marriage of convenience seems far too convenient . . .
Desperation drove Cecilia Mallory to seek a union with a stranger—one who would wed her sight unseen and grant her full access to her inheritance with no expectations whatsoever. She anticipated, perhaps, an older, undesirable, equally desperate husband—never the young, vibrant, and devastatingly attractive man who answered her call. What could such a man really be after?
Unknown to Cecilia, Viscount Michael Blackthorne, a soldier and gentleman, owes a debt of honor to Lady Cecilia’s father, and granting her unusual request to wed seemed a worthy way to repay it. But an unseen threat perilously close at hand is convincing Michael that his true responsibility is to protect the beautiful, warm-hearted lady he has married . . . the woman he is unexpectedly coming to love.
293 printed pages
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HarperCollins, Avon
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    👍Worth reading

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  • Bev Paratene-Boswellhas quoted6 years ago
    “Lord Blackthorne is a knowledgeable man of the world.”

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