Kathleen E. Woodiwiss

"Once, Abrielle used to be a privileged daughter coveted for her bearing, her breeding, her wit, and her attractiveness. but if her stepfather is denied his rightful name and the wealth that accompanies it, Abrielle unearths herself unexpectedly disgraced. just one guy may nonetheless have her: the oafish and ugly Desmond de Marlé. To rescue her once-proud family's honor, Abrielle needs to sacrifice her advantage to this scoundrel she fears and detests . . . at the same time she yearns for one more lover.

Dashing, good-looking, tall, and sort, Raven Seabern is kind of in contrast to any guy Abrielle has ever encountered. yet their love can by no means be, for Abrielle is betrothed to a monster. And the future health of everybody she cares for calls for that she honor her promise. nonetheless, Raven understands he has came across the real one and mustn't ever permit her go—though secrets and techniques, deceptions, dishonor, and incredible peril would definitely be their destiny in the event that they stick to the dictates in their hearts.


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