Corrected by the Colonel

Corrected by the Colonel Miss Cassandra Sheridan is desperate to get married Not because she is deeply in love but because her family is deeply in debt She leaves behind her two younger sisters to care for their ailing fathe

  • Title: Corrected by the Colonel
  • Author: Celeste Jones
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 313
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Miss Cassandra Sheridan is desperate to get married Not because she is deeply in love, but because her family is deeply in debt She leaves behind her two younger sisters to care for their ailing father while she heads out to do the only thing she can to secure the future for herself and her family marry a rich man.She sets her sights on Lord Owen Tyndall, titled, rich aMiss Cassandra Sheridan is desperate to get married Not because she is deeply in love, but because her family is deeply in debt She leaves behind her two younger sisters to care for their ailing father while she heads out to do the only thing she can to secure the future for herself and her family marry a rich man.She sets her sights on Lord Owen Tyndall, titled, rich and gullible Just when Cassandra is sure a proposal is imminent, Lord Tyndall s cousin, the annoying and attractive Colonel Blaise Sinclair, arrives.The Colonel is not nearly so easily fooled as his cousin and he is determined to find out the real story behind Miss Cassandra Sheridan s presence at Hadley Hall If he must employ over the knee discipline to ferret out her plans, then so much the better.

    One thought on “Corrected by the Colonel”

    1. BeautifulYou know how to write that is for sure. I read this in a few hours could not put it down until the end I wish you continue success. A MUST READ you will be happy you did. And since I am not the writer I can not tell you about the story you will just have to read it yourself. And once finish you will be happy you did. Happy reading. DH from New York City

    2. I love Celeste Jones's books and I'm adding this one to my favorite list. This delightful book takes place in the Regency Period. Cassandra sets her mind to marry Lord Owen because he is rich and she and her family are in desperate shape. Her father is ill, two younger sisters and no money. The story line is like a British farce. It has many laugh out loud moments and yet you feel so sad for Cassandra. Colonel Blaise shows up and then the real fun begins. This has romance, spanking and panty mel [...]

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