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An Unsuitable Wife
     

An Unsuitable Wife

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by Mary Kingsley
 
After a scandalous encounter at a country inn, Justin, Earl of Chatleigh, and Miss Melissa Selby are forced to make an unsuitable match. Justin, facing an uncertain future, believes he has been trapped into marriage by a scheming miss. Melissa, running from a dangerous past, fears she has gotten herself into even deeper trouble. It is not the best way to begin a

Overview

After a scandalous encounter at a country inn, Justin, Earl of Chatleigh, and Miss Melissa Selby are forced to make an unsuitable match. Justin, facing an uncertain future, believes he has been trapped into marriage by a scheming miss. Melissa, running from a dangerous past, fears she has gotten herself into even deeper trouble. It is not the best way to begin a marriage. Matters become even worse when it becomes apparent that someone is threatening Justin’s life. It will take all Melissa’s courage and strength to protect her husband - and to win his love.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940012344359
Publisher:
Mary Kruger
Publication date:
06/26/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
864,964
File size:
684 KB

Meet the Author

Mary Kingsley is the award-winning author of Regency and historical romances. As Mary Kruger she is also the author of several mysteries, including the Gilded Age mystery series. Mary lives in Massachusetts with her daughter, and is at work reissuing her backlist as ebooks.

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Unsuitable Wife 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Lulu_Burroughs More than 1 year ago
A drunken earl mistakenly enters the wrong room at an inn and compromises a young woman running away from the unwanted sexual advances of her stepfather. The earl convinces himself that the lady set him up, but unhappily enters into a marriage to save her reputation and then callously abandons her on his estate. Even when the earl begins to realize that the lady might make a suitable countess, he continues to persist in thinking her a scheming slut and even considers that she may be behind the attempts being made on his life. I would have rated this story 4 stars has the hero not been so totally pigheaded and doubtful of his wife.
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