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An Improper Proposal (Brides of Bath, Bk 4)
An Improper Proposal - Brides of Bath, Bk 4
Author: Cheryl Bolen
ISBN-13: 9780821775257
ISBN-10: 0821775251
Publication Date: 2/1/2004
Pages: 320
Rating:
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3.8 stars, based on 15 ratings
Publisher: Zebra Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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In this book Cheryl gives a new spin to the marriage-of-convenience theme. The hero is George, Lord of Sedgewick, who, because of the tragic demise of his beloved wife Dianna, is once more a bachelor. While he vows never to love again, he realizes his children need a mother and he approaches Sally, who agrees to his very improper proposal to become his wife in name only. For the children's sake. Right . . . Sally has been secretly in love with George for years. Now all she has to do is get George to feel the same way about her
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A Most Particular Man

Two years have passed since George Pembroke, Lord Sedgewick, lost his beloved wife. Though the fashionable beauties and heiresses of the ton have done their utmost to mend his broken heart, he has not remarried. Simply put, no other woman will ever do. George pays no heed to the well-meaning advice of his meddlesome sisters, Felicity and Gleeand he will have no part of their many and varied schemes to make a match

A Very Accomplished Lady

Glee is convinced that her dear friend Sally Spenser would make a perfect governess for her niece and nephew. A vicars daughter, Sally is charming, highly
intelligent, and affectionate by nature. The plight of the motherless Pembroke children has touched her heart. And no one knows that she has long cherished
a secret tendre for their father. She consents to become part of his householdunder the auspices of a marriage in name only. But Lord Sedgewicks elegant
Bath town house has one very great drawback: it is very small. They must share a bedroomand a bed