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Romance
Author: Mary Street
ISBN: 0709073747
Pages 242 pages
Publisher Robert Hale Ltd (October 1, 2003)
Language English
Category: Romance
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2003) A novel by Mary Street. Emily had met Sir Charles Wyndham at a neighborly party, but she had not exchanged more than a dozen words with him. So it came as a shock to learn, the next morning, that he had asked her father for her hand in marriage. And her father was in dire need of the financial assistance Wyndham had promised. Genre: Historical Romance. Used availability for Mary Street's Wyndham's Bride.

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Mary Street is the author of several romance and suspense novels, including The Confession of Fitzwilliam Darcy and Wyndham’s Bride. She lives in England. Библиографические данные. The Confession of Fitzwilliam Darcy.

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Emily had met Sir Charles Wyndham at a neighbourly party, but she had not exchanged more than a dozen words with him. So it came as a shock to learn, the next morning, that he had asked her father for her hand in marriage. Her father was in dire need of the financial assistance Wyndham had promised. Without this, the whole family would fall into the power of her father's abominable cousin Henry, who wanted Emily for himself. Any husband had to be better than Henry, even one who was related to the outrageous and outspoken Lady Bamford, who seemed determined to meddle in everything. Sir Charles was handsome, good-humoured and even seemed sympathetic of the predicament she was in. Little by little and in spite of herself, Emily found herself drawn to him. But she was troubled by the sense of something hidden...