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No Marriage Of Convenience
by: Elizabeth Boyle

Avon Books, September 2000

The Earl of Ashlin needed a respectable wife, and seductive Riley Fontaine was anything but. One kiss, though, convinced him that a marriage of convenience was the last thing he wanted.

Mason St. Clair, the new Earl of Ashlin, has inherited a title for which there is no longer a fortune, thanks to his elder brother. Steeped in debt, with three ungainly nieces to marry off, Mason is desperate for relief. Only he doesn't expect it in the form of Madame Fontaine, a woman of questionable reputation. She arrives on his doorstep with partial payment on a debt owed to the former earl. When Mason demands full payment, she is at a loss. It's wacky Cousin Felicity who suggests that this woman, whom men cannot resist, can work off the rest of her debt by teaching the three wards how to attract worthy husbands. In a bind, Riley, as the Madame is known, agrees. Once the bargain has been struck, Mason finds that he too is falling under the Madame's spell, and it's not long before an additional couple is heading to the altar.

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Publisher:
Avon Books
Publish Date:
September 2000
Time Period:
Historical: England - (1714-1810) Georgian
Setting:
London, 1798
Hero:
Mason St. Clair
Earl of Ashlin
Heroine:
Riley / Madame Fontaine
 
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