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Stuck in London for her sister’s coming-out, Jane Rutledge would much prefer riding horses in the country—but a handsome nobleman soon changes her mind. Sebastian Carr, Viscount Langley has quite a dilemma. His father has threatened to cut him off if he doesn’t marry within two months. He decides to win over Jane in order to woo her sister—never suspecting that the delightful imp is the most precious treasure of all.
Following the death of her neglectful husband, Kit Mallory returns to the life of a scholar, with its dusty books and shamefully out-of-date dresses. Although she has no one to love, Kit believes, after her spouse's ill treatment, that romance is highly overrated.
Then the Dowager Duchess of Wexcombe, Kit's bosom friend, finds herself in a pickle, and the young widow offers her help, never expecting to make the acquaintance of the duchess's nephew, Lord Bainbridge--or to make a reckless bargain with the charming peer that may win her true love...or cost her heart.
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