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Enraptured (Love Spell)
Enraptured - Love Spell
Author: Katherine Deauxville
ISBN-13: 9780843945409
ISBN-10: 0843945400
Publication Date: 6/1999
Pages: 400
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 12 ratings
Publisher: Leisure Books (Mm)
Book Type: Paperback
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The twelfth duke of Westermere was enjoying a peaceful drive, until an Amazonian beauty was disheveled golden-brown curls tossed herslf into his coach. That alone would not have flummoxed Sacheverel deVries, but when the strange woman in the threadbare cloack babbled about equal rights and social justice, ripped open her dress, and claimed he had attempted to ravish her, there was only one thing he could do.


Suddenly betrothed, Marigold Fenwick began to regret her impulsive actions. At least she was able to put her education to use and aid the eager young criminologist with his research. But while her mind was occupied with Westermere's intellectual pursuits, her body succumbed to his more sensual experiments. And when Marigold sought to seduce the esteemed duke into an enlightened social consciousness, she hardly knew what she was getting into, for the aftermath would leave her thoroughly...Enraptured.
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A follower of Mary Shelly, Marigold Fenwick is ready to embrace the world of woman's rights and free love. However, The Duke of Westermere, on a casual drive in the park, is not ready for the
the crazed woman who jumps in his carriage spouting nonsense and claiming he ravished her. He, in turn, stumps her by promptly announcing she is his fianc!
He quickly learns she has a brilliant mind and that she can be a great help to his criminology work. Marigold is determined to use him to make life better for a near by village.
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The twelfth duke of Westermere was enjoying a peaceful drive, until an Amazonian beauty with disheveled golden-brown curls tossed herself into his coach. That alone would not have flummoxed Sacheverel deVries, but when the strange woman in the threadbare cloak babbled about equal rights and social justice, ripped open her dress, and claimed he had attempted to ravish her, there was only one thing he could do.