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An Immodest Proposal By Kathryn Anthony
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It was supposed to have been a celebration of her upcoming nuptials--a ball to which all the lights of the ton had been invited. Instead, Sophia Lamott must smile, curtsey and pretend she... More > hasn’t just been jilted by her long-standing fiancé. When the relentless sympathy becomes unbearable, Sophie takes refuge in the privacy of the library and resolves to get good and drunk. But things get out of hand. Before she knows it, she’s being kissed by the most exciting man she has ever met. She must then face up to “the Summer Wildfires”--malicious gossips who would delight in dragging Sophie’s name through the muck--and convince them they only imagined the dark, mysterious stranger they saw disappearing into the shadows. And then, there is the morning after to contend with…< Less
Three Romances By Kathryn Anthony
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Three contemporary romances in one convenient volume... After a mugging leaves her penniless, Calia must turn to Giovanni Diamanti for help in HER ROMAN HOLIDAY... A bout of amnesia gives Ethan a... More > whole new perspective on his lovely partner Claire, in NEVER FORGOTTEN... Alicia and Stephano's love turned to hate years before. When they are forced to work together on a project, they must learn to put the past behind them. But they soon find the chemistry between them is as explosive as ever, in PAS DE DEUX.< Less
The Clarendon Rose By Kathryn Anthony
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Word spread through the countryside like the whisper of the wind through the branches of the trees: he’s back. The prodigal son had returned. But that was one of the few things the whispers... More > could agree upon. Some claimed he was a changed man—ready, finally, to shoulder the responsibilities that he had shirked for so many years. Others claimed that any apparent changes were merely a ruse—once a ne’er do well, always a ne’er do well. And the new duke had been far worse than a ne’er do well: he had been a rake, a degenerate and a scoundrel. The other thing that everyone agreed upon, whether tenant, servant or villager, was that it was a fine thing that Miss Tina had finally gotten engaged to Lord Edmund. That, at least, would keep her safe from the prodigal’s degeneracy—for surely even the duke could not have sunk so low as to seduce his own brother’s betrothed!< Less