His Bride

His Bride

Book - 2002
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To save her penniless family from ruin, Gwyneth Hall enters into a marriage of convenience with the wealthy Sir Edmund Blackwell, a man with a dark past who needs Gwyneth to retain his hard-won estate. Original.

HARPERCOLL

In this sequel to His Scandal, Sir Edmund Blackwell is forced to take an unwanted wife – only to fall in love with her.



Publisher: New York : Avon Books, 2002
ISBN: 9780380821105
0380821109
Branch Call Number: ROM Callen, G 2002
Characteristics: 374 pages ; 18 cm

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Jul 05, 2012

Sir Edmund Blackwell, the friend of Alex Thornton from book two of the trilogy, is struggling to overcome the machinations of the Langston family. The Earl of Langston has forced Edmund to take two different brides from his family as part of an attempt to ruin Edmund's life and take his land. Neither Langston or Edmund is prepared for Edmund to fall in love with his second wife, Gwyneth.

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