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Debbie M. (Tafwin) reviewed The Clergyman's Daughter (Signet Regency Romance) on
When Jessica, a poor parson's daughter, secretly wed the dashing aristocrat Andrew Foxe, she set in motion the wagging tongues of Regency society, which preyed on such delicious scandal. The union also outraged Andrew's older brother, the arrogant, maddeningly attractive Graham Foxe, Earl of Raeburn.
But now after a tragic change of circumstance, Andrew was gone and Jessica thoroughly eager and absolutely determined to flee her elegant marriage cage. But little did she realize that her charming enemy, Graham, was equally determined to keep lovely Jessica and her obvious assets strictly within the confines of the family compound. Considering her brazen past escapades, Jessica deemed the arrangement only mildly shocking - relatively speaking.