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The Lady Is Mine (The Unsuitable Bride Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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|Length: 185 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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- Book 1 of 2 in The Unsuitable Bride Series (2 Book Series)
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Harriet Vernon was one of several daughters in the Vernon family. Most of the girls were noted for their exceptional beauty, only Harriet was did not follow that particular mold. Harriet's gamine pixyish beauty better complimented her free-spirited nature that sought to travel the world with her namesake rather than marry. Her family had other ideas and were narrowing the field down their picks for this seasons two husband candidates; two contenders that were far from the ideal, like Lord Belden, she'd secretly thought would make a fine husband - IF she were in the market for one.
As fate would have it, several chance meetings put Harriet directly in the path of Lord Beldon. He was certainly in no hurry to marry but Beldon did notice Harriet and contrary to what he wanted he felt a powerful physical attraction even though she looked and acted nothing like the `ideal' wife he'd pictured for himself. After a very passionate kiss that managed to get out of hand, Beldon impulsively asked Harriet to marry him and Harriet still befuddled by the passion he incited said yes!
*** This was an absolutely enchanting love story that felt like a breath of fresh air sparkling with a brace of raciness that most traditional regencies lack. Well researched and written in perfect regency cant the reader will be transported back to the drawing rooms and ballrooms of that long ago glittering period with vivid descriptions that accurately portray this era.Read more ›