Sabrina Jeffries

Married to the Viscount

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The dashing Viscount proposes a marriage in name only . . . in New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Sabrina Jeffries' sexy historical romance
Abigail Mercer was thrilled at being reunited with Spencer Law, whom she met once and later married by proxy. But now Viscount Ravenswood denies all knowledge of their union! Too many witnesses have made it impossible for the secretive Spencer to reject his bride without causing a scandal. So he has proposed a marriage in name only until they can locate his mysteriously absent younger brother—who is responsible for everything!—and untangle this messy affair.
Abigail is incensed, irate . . . and irresistibly attracted to this handsome, infuriating man who hides his smoldering passion behind a proper exterior. So the lady will agree to his terms on one condition: Spencer must seal their bargain with a kiss. But he finds that one deep, lingering, unforgettable kiss isn't nearly enough. And keeping his hands off his pretty wife is going to be much harder than he thought.
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    I am thoroughly impressed by the author adding in a woman of colour as the heroine. Too many regency novels ignore the colouring of the Mediterranean people who are not "pale as an English rose" but have their own gorgeous colouring. I'm glad a half native woman was featured in this tale and the author mdntioned the difference in her colouring. Well done!

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    Signe Nørretrandershas quoted3 years ago
    his offer, other than to complain about his faults of character. Going into detail would mean revealing Spencer’s
    Signe Nørretrandershas quoted3 years ago
    “Well then, we should do it right.” Leaving her seated on the desk, he strode over to an oak chest, removed something she couldn’t see, then turned back to her.
    Signe Nørretrandershas quoted3 years ago
    someone enjoyed Spencer’s least favorite duty. Normally the home secretary took care of these audiences, but Sir Robert was in Manchester, so

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