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Innocent Betrayal

Innocent Betrayal

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by Mary Campisi, Kensington Publishing Corporation Staff

Headstrong Emily St. Simon longed to escape the stifling confines of her English noblewoman's life. So, dressed as a boy, she daringly stowed away on a ship bound for America—unaware that her dreams of independence would soon lead to one dazzling night of passion, a forced marriage, and abandonment by the husband whose unforgettable presence haunted her,

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Innocent Betrayal 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
BBJ36 More than 1 year ago
Ms. Campisi is going to go far in the literary world. I just wish her stories went on forever.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Captain Noah Sandleton confronts the ne'er do well pick pocket only to discover a beautiful woman who claims that she is seeking a particular captain to obtain passage to America. mily St. Simon doesn't want to marry; she wants to relinquish her social life and join Ian, her brother, in America. Ian finally agrees on one condition--she must prove she could stand up to the rigors of the passage to America and her new life there. The proof he demands is that she must serve as a maid, in his household, for three weeks. Enchanting and and spellbinding, though a little confusing in spots, this 4 ½ read was delightful.