Winning Her Heart/The Earl's Prize/The Chaperon Bride

Winning Her Heart/The Earl's Prize/The Chaperon Bride

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by Nicola Cornick

Deal Price: $9.99

Imprint: Mills & Boon Historical

Release date: 2015-11-01

Pages: 608 Pages

ISBN: 9781488769887


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The Earl's Prize

Although exiled to a life of genteel poverty, Miss Amy Bainbridge was a well-bred lady of honour. But when she found herself the recipient of a surprise windfall, her whole life changed! Not only did she re-enter society, she also gained the attention of London's most notorious gambler — a rogue determined to claim her as his own!

Joss, Earl of Tallant, was everything Amy despised in a man, but she was utterly intrigued by him. He certainly wasn't interested in her newfound fortune, so why was this renowned scoundrel pursuing her with such intent? And why was she finding his amorous attentions all but impossible to resist?

The Chaperone Bride

Lady Annis Wyncherley was never the bride. If this young widow was to remain as chaperone to society's misses, no scandal can be attached to her name. Rakes and romance were off-limits, most especially a rogue like the handsome Lord Adam Ashwick!

But that was impossible when Adam started seducing his daughter's chaperon. Adam knew his attention could destroy Lady Wyncherley's fine reputation. He had no power to control the strong desires she aroused in him. Soon this reformed rogue was set on convincing stubborn Annis to become his chaperone bride...

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Nicola Cornick

Nicola Cornick

International bestselling author Nicola Cornick writes historical romance for HQN Books and time slip romance for MIRA UK. She became fascinated with history when she was a child, and spent hours poring over historical novels and watching costume drama. She studied history at university and wrote her master's thesis on heroes. Nicola also acts as a historical advisor for television and radio. In her spare time she works as a guide in a 17th century mansion.
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