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by Debbie Raleigh

Genre: Regency Period, England

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Vicar Humbly is both insightful and
wise. When he senses that all is not well with yet another couple for whom he
performed the wedding service, he takes it upon himself to restore the luster
of their wedding bliss. The Earl an Countess of Falcouner began their marriage
under false pretenses. Beatrice has no intention of forgiving the handsome Earl
for making her believe that he cared for her before she discovered that he had
actually married her for her considerable fortune. The destitute Earl fears
he will never be able to break through the walls surrounding his wife's heart.
Even though he did marry her for money, he has a great regard for her. Why must
she be so stubborn to refuse his sincere attentions now, when they are already
married? This charming tale of A CONVENIENT MARRIAGE (3) by Debbie Raleigh gives
readers another chance to admire the handiwork of a certain beneficent vicar
as he struggles to untangle the heart strings of two likable yet stubborn lovers.
This is a cozy piece of work that will make one eager for the third installment
to see if Vicar Humbly can hold true to form. (Dec., 224 pp., $4.99)

Reviewed By: Teresa Roebuck

Publisher: Zebra

Published: December 2002

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