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The Viscount's Wager
The Viscount's Wager
Author: Elizabeth Barron
ISBN-13: 9780446329286
ISBN-10: 0446329282
Publication Date: 8/1988
Rating:
  • Currently 3.3/5 Stars.
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3.3 stars, based on 2 ratings
Publisher: Warner Books
Book Type: Paperback
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THE VISCOUNT'S WAGER by Elizabeth Barron.

Disgraced by a Rake! Katrina swore she would never forgive him. At a ton ball, the handsome Viscount Danville had openly courted her, gained her loved, and even stolen a kiss from the lovely girl... all to win a frivolous wager of his peers. Her reputation shattered beyond repair, her situation as dwon at heel as ever, Katrina thought herself lucky to find a position as a lady's companion deep in the peaceful English countryside. There, she would build a new life-- and try to forget the man with the cool gray eyes to whom she had surrendered so easily.

What Katrina could never hve guessed was that the lord of her new home was none other than "Devil" Danville himself-- and that while winning his bet, he had irredeemably lost his heart!
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From the Back Cover: Katrina swore she would never forgive him. At a ton ball, the handsome Viscount Danville had openly courted her, gained her love, and even stolen a kiss from the lovely young girl...all to win a frivolous wager of his peers. Her reputation shattered beyond repair, her situation as down at the heels as ever, Katrina thought herself lucky to find a position as a lady's companion deep in the countryside. There, she would build a life--and try to forget the man with the cool gray eyes to whom she had surrendered so easily. What Katrina could never have guessed was the the lord of her new home was none other than "Devil" Danville himself--and that while winning his bet, he had irredeemably lost his heart!

Pretty good story. Heroine is likeable, Hero a little too volatile with his jumping to conclusions. But overall, a good read.