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A Lord for the Wallflower Widow

Ann Lethbridge

Publisher: Harlequin Historical

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Summary

An innocent widow’s sensual side comes alive when she meets a rakishly handsome Lord in this sexy Regency romance. 
 
When widow Lady Carrie meets charming gadabout Lord Avery Gilmore, his allure is undeniable. In fact, she is shocked by her intense reaction to him. She’s never before longed for wifely pleasures, but now she finds herself making the very un-ladylike proposal that he show her them! He might be taken aback by her request, but as Carrie learns firsthand, this lord will take the challenge very seriously . . .
Available since: 11/01/2018.
Print length: 288 pages.

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