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The Deception (Baron, Bk 3)
The Deception - Baron, Bk 3
Author: Catherine Coulter
ISBN-13: 9780451408587
ISBN-10: 0451408586
Publication Date: 1998
Pages: 383
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 137 ratings
Publisher: Topaz
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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AN AMAZING BOOK! I LOVED IT! One of my favorites. : )
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Great book by a great author!! I really enjoyed it
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What you see isn't necessarily what you get in The Deception from prolific New York Times bestselling author Catherine Coulter. Evangeline de Beauchamps, a 19-year-old innocent, is forced to spy against her English homeland to save her beloved father from the merciless men attempting to return Napoleon Bonaparte to the French throne. To succeed, she must convince Richard Clarendon, her late cousin's husband and the Duke of Portsmouth, to take her into his home on the English Channel, preferably as nanny to his son, or as the Duke's lover, if necessary. Passing herself off as an experienced widow is more difficult than the virtuous Evangeline ever imagined, especially under the perceptive scrutiny of the Duke, a man who knows--and loves--women, especially one as beautiful and mysterious as Evangeline. And Richard, in spite of his indolent demeanor and long history of affairs d'amour, is no one's fool; he suspects that Evangeline is not telling him the whole truth, but never imagines that she could be connected to the traitor the Duke is attempting to ferret out and bring to justice for murdering one of his friends. Can love find a way to flourish among the secrets and deception? The answer is a resounding "yes!" in Catherine Coulter's moving novel.
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Good Books. Anything CC writes is a must read.
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A complete revamping of Catherine Coulter's 1983 Signet Regency An Intimate Deception, this is a full-bodied historical romance with a brand-new beginning and a brand-new ending-as rich, bold, fun, and adventurous as the bestselling blockbusters her millions of readers love.
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the best writer
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A good read!
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i really really liked this book..
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I didn't think I would enjoy this book because I usually hate plotlines where people pretend to be someone else, but this one worked really well.
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The Duke of Portsmouth offers an impecunious half-French relative a job as his young son's nanny. What he quickly discovers is that he wants her, badly. What he discovers far more slowly is that she isn't at all what she seems.

Evangeline de Beauchamps is in way over her head. She has far more to cope with than a nineteen-year-old virgin should ever have. To top it all off, she must play an experienced widow with a man who knows women as well as he knows his horses, or so he thinks......

in all a decent read but not one of coulter's best
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Loved it one of my favorites.
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1800's england.
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[From the back cover] The Duke of Portsmouth offers an empecunious half-French relative a job as his young son's nanny. What he quickly discovers is that he wants her, badly. What he discovers far more slowly is that she isn't at all what she seems. Evangeline de Beauchamps is in way over her head. She has far more to cope with than a nineteen-year-old virgin should ever have, To top it all off, she must play an experienced widow with a man who knows women as well as he knows his horses, or so he thinks.
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from the back: The Duke of Portsmouth offers an impecunious half-French relative a job as his young son's nanny. What he quickly discovers is that he wants her, badly. What he discovers far more slowly is that she isn't at all what she seems.