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An edition of The Rebel Bride (1979)

The Rebel Bride

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An edition of The Rebel Bride (1979)

The Rebel Bride

  • 3.45 ·
  • 11 Ratings
  • 46 Want to read
  • 2 Currently reading
  • 30 Have read
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Publisher
Topaz
Language
English
Pages
384

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THE UNLIKELY YOUNG LADY

Clearly young Lady Katharine Brandon, 17, was a beauty, with her rich auburn hair, striking green eyes, flawless face and form. But a beauty was one thing Katharine clearly had no interest in being.

She dressed in a young man's breeches, practiced dueling with pistol and rapier, gambled with cards, defied her father's commands and evaded all suitors.

Imagine Katharine's surprise when the fabulously wealthy, notoriously pleasure-loving , 27 year old Julien St. Clair, Earl of March, demanded her as his wife. Imagine her dismay when her father asked and received his pricefor yielding her to this man. But no one in all of English society could ever imagine what could happen when a lord who would not be denied and a woman who refused to be mastered turned marriage into a game in which it took far more than love to conquer all ....

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The Rebel Bride
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"Julien St. Clair, earl of March, settled his palm on her white belly, lay back on the large canopied bed, and looked beneath half-closed lids at the dancing patterns cast by the firelight on the opposite wall."

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OL7575374M
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rebelbride00coul
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0451404327
ISBN 13
9780451404329
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First Sentence

"Julien St. Clair, earl of March, settled his palm on her white belly, lay back on the large canopied bed, and looked beneath half-closed lids at the dancing patterns cast by the firelight on the opposite wall."

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