Noblesse Oblige [NOOK Book]

Overview

Marianne Noble is a lady's companion when she meets Jerome Rivers at the fashionable Northern resort of Scarborough. The devastatingly handsome Jerome sweeps her into a world of riches, privilege and love. When a mysterious assassin threatens their lives, Marianne must take all her courage and defeat the evil that has entered her new world. Otherwise she will lose everything; a love beyond imagining, her independence and even her life.

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Noblesse Oblige

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Overview

Marianne Noble is a lady's companion when she meets Jerome Rivers at the fashionable Northern resort of Scarborough. The devastatingly handsome Jerome sweeps her into a world of riches, privilege and love. When a mysterious assassin threatens their lives, Marianne must take all her courage and defeat the evil that has entered her new world. Otherwise she will lose everything; a love beyond imagining, her independence and even her life.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016477312
  • Publisher: LMC Publications
  • Publication date: 6/13/2013
  • Sold by: Draft2Digital
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 616,203
  • File size: 672 KB

Meet the Author

Award winning, top selling author Lynne Connolly writes historical romance, paranormal romance and contemporary romance.

She lives in the UK with her family and her Mews, Jack. She also loves travelling, and often incorporates the places she visits into her books.

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The dance completed, he didn't immediately take her back to her chair but pulled her arm through the crook of his and walked slowly in the direction of the card room.

"I shall miss them too, but I made you a promise, so I hope to see you again. I should only be gone a day or two."

Marianne was only mildly startled when he drew her to an open window then a little further into the garden so they were out of sight. "Mrs. Middleton--"

"Damn Mrs. Middleton!" he snapped. "I know we can't stay here long, but I wanted to talk to you. Will you miss me, Marianne?"

"Yes." Her reply was almost a sob, but she couldn't lie to him.

"Thank you," he whispered and, before she could guess what he was at, drew her to him and gave her a quick, hard kiss.

It didn't last long, but, just for that moment, Marianne felt his hard body against hers, his warmth and vital humanity. She felt instantly protected and cared for. But this was dangerous.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 22, 2011

    Not a Christian book!

    This book was listed under "Christian Fiction". It is NOT a Christian book! The story is very good and I loved the relationship of Jerome and Marianne, but it has some very graphic parts that don't belong under a "Christian" banner! The author does a very good job of creating believable characters; Jerome, Marianne, Sir Piers, the Duchess, and Mrs. Middleton were wonderful characters. The story was so well written, but the graphic sex was SO not necessary to the story! It would have been a 5 star book without that! It almost ruined the beautiful story for me.

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