And the Miss Ran Away With the Rake (Rhymes with Love, Book 2)

And the Miss Ran Away With the Rake (Rhymes with Love, Book 2)

Elizabeth Boyle


good gentleman of ability seeks a sensiblelady of excellent breeding for correspondence, and indue attention, matrimony. that is precisely the kind of commercial that makespractical-to-a-fault Daphne Dale's center flutter. A sensiblegentleman, in her estimation, is the right match,and she's much more confident as soon as she's changing sensiblyromantic letters along with her very applicable suitor. That is,until Lord Henry Seldon strays into her course. He's everythingshe's vowed to avoid—a rakish charmer whose verytouch seduces her sensible sensibilities and her resolve.Lord Henry Seldon was once now not amused whilst his nephewplaced an commercial to discover him a spouse. but he couldn'tresist replying to the be aware from "Miss Spooner." And oncehe discovers he's corresponding without any different thanthe disarming Daphne Dale, he reveals it's too past due to disavowhis center. Now it truly is as much as Henry to end up to Daphne simply howinsensible—and powerfully passionate—true love could be . . .

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