The Viscount's Secret

The Viscount's Secret

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by Dorothy Elbury
     
 

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For love or money?

Edward Latimer, Viscount Templeton, is in search of a woman who will love him for himself and not merely for his title and trappings. Leaving London and the rigid rules of the Ton, he heads for the country, simply attired and posing as plain Mr. Latimer.

On meeting Miss Georgina Cunningham, he knows he's found

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For love or money?

Edward Latimer, Viscount Templeton, is in search of a woman who will love him for himself and not merely for his title and trappings. Leaving London and the rigid rules of the Ton, he heads for the country, simply attired and posing as plain Mr. Latimer.

On meeting Miss Georgina Cunningham, he knows he's found everything he admires in a woman: she's beautiful, kind and honest. But Georgina is facing financial ruin. Latimer knows that he's the only man who can save her, but she's fallen in love with a simple, free man—not a viscount who must ultimately retake his place in a society Georgina despises….

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781459229662
Publisher:
Harlequin
Publication date:
01/17/2012
Sold by:
HARLEQUIN
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
288
Sales rank:
726,659
File size:
705 KB

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Meet the Author

As soon as Dorothy Elbury learned to read she was continually reprimanded for “always having her nose in a book”. Years later Dorothy still spent all her free time reading until, one day, finding herself with nothing to read and time hanging heavy on her hands, she started to scribble the first paragraphs of what would eventually become her first of many Mills & Boon romance novels. Dorothy currently lives in Lincolnshire, England, with her husband of over fifty years.

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Viscount's Secret 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is very slow paced, tedious, and i found it to be a bit boring. My advice is to pass this one by.