The Diabolical Baron

The Diabolical Baron

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by Mary Jo Putney
     
 

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There were three men in Caroline Hanscombe's life. One was her father, the angrily imperious Sir Alfred, who ordered her to wed for the wealth he desperately needed, and threatened to blight her beloved sister's chances for happiness if Caroline refused. One was Jason Kincaid, the dashing Baron Radford, who made her an offer of marriage for reasons she did not know…  See more details below

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There were three men in Caroline Hanscombe's life. One was her father, the angrily imperious Sir Alfred, who ordered her to wed for the wealth he desperately needed, and threatened to blight her beloved sister's chances for happiness if Caroline refused. One was Jason Kincaid, the dashing Baron Radford, who made her an offer of marriage for reasons she did not know but could only fear, since he clearly loved another far more than her. And the third was the honorable Captain Richard who would never dream of stealing another man's intended bride, no matter how much he wanted her-or how much she wanted him to...

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781610845960
Publisher:
Belgrave House
Publication date:
11/03/1987
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Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
104,219
File size:
730 KB

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A New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and Publishers Weekly bestselling author, Mary Jo Putney is a graduate of Syracuse University with degrees in eighteenth-century literature and industrial design. She has won numerous awards for her writing, including two Romance Writers of America RITA awards and four consecutive Golden Leaf awards for Best Historical Romance. The author of twenty-six novels, Ms. Putney lives near Baltimore, Maryland.

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The Diabolical Baron 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not a bad first book. Too bad I read it last. It would really help if authors and/or booksellers did a better job of indicating the order of a series of books. I REALLY hate reading related books out of order. Must be why I read more stand-alone books.
ExArkie More than 1 year ago
I certainly agree with the first review - there is no good reason why the publisher should not tell the reader how the books line up - from first in a series to last in one - the authors should insist on it - that is, if they care about their fans as they say they do! Just my opinion.