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Necessary Bride, A
by: Debra Mullins

Avon Books, February 2003

High-spirited Margaret Stanton-Lynch intends to enjoy the Season without the hindrance of an unwanted romance. Meg refuses to be tied downbefore she fully explores what life has to offer, though she must admit that Justin St. James, the dashing Earl of Rathmore, has a most deliciously appealing air of dangerous mystery about him. Not enough, however, for the lady to seriously consider his ardent proposal of marriage.

In Justin's eyes she's perfect, with wit, charm, and sensuality galore -- and she seems unperturbed by the wrongly deserved, very dark stain on Justin's reputation. A marriage to this exquisite lady would assure his young ward Emily's entrance into Society. Besides, his heart pounds wildly every time Meg is in his presence. Justin fears tenderness and passion may not be enough to hold her, but he's determined to try -- for life would be empty indeed if he allowed this enchanting free spirit to fly from his arms forever!

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Publisher:
Avon Books
Publish Date:
February 2003
Time Period:
Regency: Marriage of Convenience- Marriage Proposal
Year Book Takes Place:
1816
Setting:
England
Hero:
Justin St. James
Earl of Rathmore
Heroine:
Margaret Stanton-Lynch
 
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