Ashblane's Lady

Ashblane's Lady

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by Sophia James
     
 

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She was his means of revenge...

Lady Madeleine Randwick was his hostage, and a way to get under her brother's skin. As a player in the murky game of borderland politics, Alexander Ullyot, Laird of Ashblane, should have had no compunction about using her for his own ends. He should ruin her as surely as he wanted to ruin her brother.

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She was his means of revenge...

Lady Madeleine Randwick was his hostage, and a way to get under her brother's skin. As a player in the murky game of borderland politics, Alexander Ullyot, Laird of Ashblane, should have had no compunction about using her for his own ends. He should ruin her as surely as he wanted to ruin her brother.

And instead...instead he found he was complimenting her. Was it the firelight in her hair, the soft, low tone of her voice or her stubborn streak of independence? Alex saw danger ahead. Was he falling for the woman who was his means of revenge...?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781459202771
Publisher:
Harlequin
Publication date:
02/21/2011
Series:
Harlequin Historical Series , #838
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HARLEQUIN
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
288
File size:
795 KB

Meet the Author

Georgette Heyer novels formed Sophia James’s reading tastes as a teenager. But her writing life only started when she was given a pile of Mills & Boons to read after she had had her wisdom teeth extracted! Filled with strong painkillers she imagined that she could pen one, too. Many drafts later Sophia thinks she has the perfect job writing for Harlequin Historical as well as taking art tours to Europe with her husband, who is a painter.

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Ashblane's Lady (Harlequin Historical #838) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Surprisingly slow considering it was only191 pages. A good deal of those pages going over and over how guilty they felt over descisions they had made in the past-------even though they had no real alternative at the time. And then the falling in love part which for some reason is always-- RELUCTANTLY. Not a bad story ---just a little slow.
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