Laura Matthews
A Baronet's Wife
August 24, 2018 Comments.. 885
A Baronet s Wife Olivia had never known love before Her ne er do well brothers had little affection and less interest in her She could not remember ever having been kissed her mother and father had been gone so many

  • Title: A Baronet's Wife
  • Author: Laura Matthews
  • ISBN: 9780451171283
  • Page: 402
  • Format: Paperback
  • Olivia had never known love before Her ne er do well brothers had little affection, and less interest, in her She could not remember ever having been kissed her mother and father had been gone so many years So when Sir Noah married her not for love but to save her good name, she scarcely dared to admit that she loved him or to dream that he loved her.Of one thing shOlivia had never known love before Her ne er do well brothers had little affection, and less interest, in her She could not remember ever having been kissed her mother and father had been gone so many years So when Sir Noah married her not for love but to save her good name, she scarcely dared to admit that she loved him or to dream that he loved her.Of one thing she was certain, however, she was an Earl s daughter She knew how to use dignity and discretion to disguise her doubts about her husband s fidelity Loved, or unloved, she knew how to be A Baronet s Wife

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    1 Blog on “A Baronet's Wife

    1. Susannah Carleton says:

      A late Georgian romance, set in 1790. A couple are, more or less, forced into marriage, after the young lady's older brother twists circumstances to make it appear she was compromised. What begins as a marriage of convenience becomes a love match, despite a secret government mission that separates the newlyweds for months shortly after their wedding.

    2. Abra says:

      first read 11/27/15; re-read late July 2016

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