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I Will Repay - cover

I Will Repay

Emma Orczy

Publisher: Reading Essentials

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Summary

Sequel to The Scarlet Pimpernel.
Wealthy Paul Déroulède has offended the young Vicomte de Marny by speaking disrespectfully of his latest infatuation, Adèle de Monterchéri. Déroulède had not intended to get into the quarrel but has a tendency to blunder into things. Incensed at the slur on Adèle, whom he sees as a paragon of virtue, the Vicomte challenges Déroulède to a duel, a fight which Déroulède does not want. How will he respond and what will happen? 
Available since: 02/25/2019.

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