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Cherished
Cherished
Author: Elizabeth Thornton
ISBN-13: 9781558177482
ISBN-10: 1558177485
Publication Date: 9/1/1993
Pages: 447
Rating:
  • Currently 3.3/5 Stars.
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3.3 stars, based on 6 ratings
Publisher: Pinnacle Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Award-winning author Elizabeth Thornton weaves a rich, spellbinding tale of passion and adventure that sweeps from the glittering ballrooms of Regency England to the turbulent shores of America . . . as a headstrong beauty loses her heart to the one man she'd never dreamed she could ever love: her husband. Regency Romance.
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This is the story of Leon Deveroux and Lady Emily Brockton, and the final book in Thornton's Deveroux trilogy.
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Concludes the trilogy that began with "Tender the Storm" and "Velvet is the Night."

A Heated Beginning...

At sixteen, high-born Lady Emily Brockton had been found alone with Leon Deveraux and forced to wed the wild, notoriously seductive rakehell. But it had been a marriage in name only, and soon the handsome rogue left to seek his fortune. Now, the scoundrel has returned, demanding to consummate their union, but Emily has no intention of honoring her "husband" ...no matter how irresistible his caresses...

A Seductive Encounter...

When he sought asylum from the horrors of the French Revolution in England, Leon Deveraux's unruly ways earned him the contempt of the haute ton. Yet his heart belong only to Emily, whose reputation he was forced to protect by marrying her when she was barely more than a girl. But now, Emily has blossomed into a woman who makes Leon hunger for a love he's never known...a love he'll show her if she'll let him...

A Dangerous Marriage....

Among the elegant drawing rooms of Regency London, where rumors have the power to destroy, Emily and Leon pursue a love that has been too long denied and a passion that burns too hot to ignore--even as new dangers threaten to tear them apart forever...