Cover of: An unwilling bride | Jo Beverley

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Company of Rogues #2

SHE VOWED TO DESPISE HIM...
Miss Elizabeth Armitage was certain the world had gone mad! The school teacher wanted nothing more than to live her life free of the shackles of matrimony. Yet, after a harrowing meeting with the elderly Duke of Belcraven, Beth found herself forced into wedding his heir, the dashing Lucien de Vaux. Caught in an aristocrat's web, Beth was determined to despise her betrothed. Yet when she began to find pleasure in Lucien's company--and his worldly kisses--she summoned all her sharp wits to keep from bowing to his arrogant will, or surrendering her well-guarded heart!

HE PLEDGED TO SEDUCE HER
Lucien was less than pleased to be forced into marriage in order to claim the duke's title and estate. And this woman especially rankled him--she was a nobody, a commoner--yet on a twist of fate she was the only link to continuing the bloodline for the de Vaux. The trouble was the chit's spitting temper. In defiance, she refused to act the part of an aristocrat, rejecting even the family jewels! He vowed to win her submission--for he was a master player at seduction, and Miss Armitage would soon learn she'd begun a dangerous game...

Edition Notes

Series
Thorndike Press large print romance series
Genre
Fiction.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
813/.54
Library of Congress
PR9199.3.B424 U5 2001

The Physical Object

Pagination
581 p. (large print) ;
Number of pages
581

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL3944522M
Internet Archive
unwillingbride00beve
ISBN 10
0786233346
LC Control Number
2001027309
Library Thing
39508
Goodreads
3553649
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