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A BRIDE FOR LORD BRASLEIGH
by Debbie Raleigh

Genre: Regency Period, England

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Last but certainly not least describes the final heartwarming story in this three-part series based on a gypsys blessing to three handsome young Lords.

Lord Brasleigh returns from war, intent on marrying off the troublesome ward he has never met. When told that his charge has fled to the home of a friends aunt, he decides to teach the meddlesome chit a lesson about life and the fate of young women who refuse to marry. Brasleigh only means to pretend to seduce her, just to scare her into marriage.

His plan begins to backfire the minute he sets eyes on his beautiful ward, and before he realizes what has occurred, the tables are turned and the seducer becomes the seduced in this delicious tale of false identities and true love. (May, 224 pp., $4.99)

Reviewed By: Teresa Roebuck

Publisher: Zebra

Published: May 2001

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