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The Earl's Engagement
     

The Earl's Engagement

by Anne Gallagher
 

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Updated July 2014

When an urgent letter arrives in Caithness, Gregory Scott, the Earl of Bailey hurries to London believing his dearest relation is on her deathbed. Rory is appalled to find his presence is only needed to play-act as a fake fiancé for a friend of his cousin.

After the lady in question marries her true love, Rory is left with nothing

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Updated July 2014

When an urgent letter arrives in Caithness, Gregory Scott, the Earl of Bailey hurries to London believing his dearest relation is on her deathbed. Rory is appalled to find his presence is only needed to play-act as a fake fiancé for a friend of his cousin.

After the lady in question marries her true love, Rory is left with nothing to do. Seeking out an old acquaintance, he discovers Lord Briden nearly penniless, mentally unstable, and entirely dependant upon his spinster daughter for the care and upkeep of their estate at Primrose.

The beautiful Lady Rosamund is part hoyden, part bluestocking, part servant. Wanting nothing to do with Society, her uncommon way of life spurs Rory into offering assistance, but Rosamund adamantly refuses. When Rory learns the lecherous lord next door is blackmailing Rosamund, he devises a scheme to help her whether she wants it or not.

The idea to find Rosamund a husband goes slightly awry, as Rory doesn't bargain for falling in love with the enigmatic Lady Rosamund. And when his plan turns up another beau for Rosamund, can Rory let her go?

Product Details

BN ID:
2940016049977
Publisher:
Shore Road Publishing
Publication date:
01/21/2013
Series:
The Reluctant Grooms , #5
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
260
File size:
296 KB

Meet the Author

Anne Gallagher grew up a voracious reader of historical romance on the shores in Rhode Island hoping to someday become a famous author. Although, not famous yet, she continues to pen stories about love in the Regency era, her favorite subject.

She lives in the Foothills of the Piedmont, with her daughter, three dogs, and a cat named Henry David Thoreau.

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