Edition: Jove mass-market edition.
Description: 389 pages ; 18 cm.
"When Lady Lydia Thornton is blackmailed over the shocking contents of a manuscript she once wrote, she must go to the most desperate of measures to raise the money to buy back the ill-considered prose: agreeing to an old wager posed by the arrogant, dangerous Duke of Penthurst. At least Penthurst is a man she wouldn't mind fleecing--and she's confident she'll win. Penthurst long ago concluded Lydia was a woman in search of ruinous adventure, but even he is surprised when she arrives at his house ready to bet her innocence against his ten thousand pounds--a wager he only proposed to warn her off gambling. When she loses to a simple draw of the cards, Lydia is shocked. Now, her problems are twofold: a blackmailer determined to see her pay and a duke determined to tame her rebellious ways. One misstep and Lydia could find herself ruined--or bound to the seductive man who would make her his duchess" -- from author's web page.
Series: Hunter, Madeline. Fairbourne quartet series ; bk. 4.
ISBN: 9780515151312 (paperback)
|Call Number||Location||Shelf Location||Status|
|F Hunter||Main (Downtown)||Second Level, Fiction||In|