A Roguish Gentleman (Harlequin Historical Subscription, #129)

A Roguish Gentleman Harlequin Historical Subscription Viscount Stratton had a reputation as an adventurer and a daredevil He also kept the most beautiful mistresses of any man in the ton So all of London was agog with the news that Stratton suddenly plan

  • Title: A Roguish Gentleman (Harlequin Historical Subscription, #129)
  • Author: Mary Brendan
  • ISBN: 9780373304387
  • Page: 187
  • Format: Paperback
  • Viscount Stratton had a reputation as an adventurer and a daredevil He also kept the most beautiful mistresses of any man in the ton So all of London was agog with the news that Stratton suddenly planned to wed Lady Elizabeth Rowe.Lady Elizabeth s family owed money to the viscount, and the only way to repay it was with Elizabeth s sizable dowry But the sensible girl hadViscount Stratton had a reputation as an adventurer and a daredevil He also kept the most beautiful mistresses of any man in the ton So all of London was agog with the news that Stratton suddenly planned to wed Lady Elizabeth Rowe.Lady Elizabeth s family owed money to the viscount, and the only way to repay it was with Elizabeth s sizable dowry But the sensible girl had no desire to wed such a rogue, even if he was handsome as sin Everyone, Elizabeth included, wondered why Stratton had agreed to marry a lady with a dubious reputation Was it love or revenge

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    1. "- Achei que iria gostar dessa maneira, querida: um para você e um para mim "Ahhhhhhhhh Quero o visconde principiante, Ross Trelawney, pra mim! Ele entra para o meu rol de mocinhos exemplares junto com Henry Jamison, Liam Campbell, Stan Michaels e outros! A história foi diferente do que eu esperava, mas, nem por isso menos interessante. Afinal, com uma vovó danadinha, um mordomo levemente alcoviteiro, uma mocinha fofa que sofre de "surdez" seletiva e teimosia inveterada e, claro, um mocinho p [...]

    2. I love this book, mainly for the line 'sensing vital goings on' makes me chuckle every time. A very sweet story and nice conclusion to the Trevelyan stories.

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