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The Earl's Practical Marriage/From Courtesan To Convenient Wife

The Earl's Practical Marriage/From Courtesan To Convenient Wife

by Louise Allen, Marguerite Kaye

Imprint: Historical

Release date: 19/03/2018

Pages: 576 Pages

ISBN: 9781489259547

The Earl’s Practical Marriage - Louise Allen

Giles Redmond, Earl of Revesby, is marrying childhood friend Laurel Knighton because it’s the only way to save his family fortune. Last time he saw her she was an unconventional tomboy…now she’s a beauty. But finding himself aroused by her is as baffling as it is surprising. Who would have thought such an infuriating, disobedient bride could be so tempting?

From Courtesan To Convenient Wife - Marguerite Kaye

Jean-Luc Bauduin, Parisian society’s most eligible bachelor, is determined to only take a wife of his choosing. But until that day comes he’ll ward off his admirers by hiring Lady Sophia Acton to wear his ring! The passion Jean-Luc shares with his convenient bride is enormously satisfying — until he discovers Sophia’s utterly scandalous past!

About the author

Louise Allen

Louise Allen

Louise Allen has been immersing herself in history, real and fictional, for as long as she can remember, and her first attempt at historical fiction at the age of eight was three pages of improbable medieval drama set in the local castle. Some considerable time later she joined forces with a friend and became one half of the writing partnership Francesca Shaw — what began as a decidedly tipsy storytelling session in a Burgundian vineyard led on to a series of Historical Romances, all but one set in the Regency period.Career changes meant that the partnership had to end and... more

Marguerite Kaye

Marguerite Kaye

Born and educated in Scotland, Marguerite Kaye originally qualified as a lawyer but chose not to practice, a decision which was a relief, both to her and the Scottish legal establishment. While carving out a successful career in IT, she occupied herself with her twin passions of studying history and reading, picking up a first-class honours and a master’s degree along the way. She also managed to find time to submit her first-ever manuscript to Mills & Boon, a story which she describes as “Monarch of the Glen meets Gardeners’ Question Time!” Needless to say, it was very politely declined.The... more