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April Lady (Paperback)

Author:  Georgette Heyer
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 1402238789
ISBN-13: 9781402238789
Sku: 220562916
Publish Date: 8/13/2012
Pages:  270
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Despite the scandalous blemish on his bride''s family name, Lord Giles Cardross is convinced that Nell cares for him. But as the bills and debts mount, Giles begins to suspect that his wife isn''t as innocent as she looks.
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A very young lady marries a man 14 years her senior. Although theirs is a love match, between her reckless brother and his wild young ward, Lord and Lady Cardross's misunderstandings pile up, until he's convinced she only married him for his money and she believes he only married her to produce an heir.

When he fears he's driven her away with his anger, the two finally have an unexpected opportunity to mend their rifts and start afresh...

Author Bio
Georgette Heyer
The author of more than 60 romance and mystery novels, Georgette Heyer has been credited by some as the first person to write the type of historical romance novel now known as a "regency-era romance." Heyer is well-known for her providing very accurate historical settings in her books and for incorporating authentic regency-era slang into her dialogue.

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Product attributeBook Format:   Paperback
Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0270
Product attributePublisher:   Sourcebooks Casablanca
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