The Marquess

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Topaz, 1997 - Fiction - 380 pages
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Scarred in a duel for the heart of a capricious woman, a brooding young American leaves the States for the crumbling English manor he has inherited. But fate has a new surprise in store for him, as a beautiful heiress in mortal danger seeks refuge at his estate. Once he tastes the searing heat of her passion, he will again risk everything for another glorious chance at happiness!

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User Review  - TeresaInTexas - LibraryThing

I really enjoyed The Marquess (BookCafe e-edition, originally published 1997). I've tired of recent romances where plot is secondary to um, other things. In this case, the story centers around a ... Read full review

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User Review  - Bookworm_Lisa - LibraryThing

The tortured, scarred Marquess, Gavin, meets his match in the fireball Lady's companion, Dillian. Dillian and her cousin, the Lady Blache, find themselves whisked away to a manor that is falling apart ... Read full review

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With several million books in print and New York Times and USA Today's bestseller lists under her belt, former CPA Patricia Rice is one of romance's hottest authors. Her emotionally-charged contemporary and historical romances have won numerous awards, including the RT Book Reviews Reviewers Choice and Career Achievement Awards. Her books have been honored as Romance Writers of America RITA(r) finalists in the historical, regency and contemporary categories. A firm believer in happily-ever-after, Patricia Rice is married to her high school sweetheart and has two children. A native of Kentucky and New York, a past resident of North Carolina and Missouri, she currently resides in Southern California, and now does accounting only for herself. She is a member of Romance Writers of America, the Authors Guild, and Novelists, Inc. For further information, visit Patricia's network: http: // http: // https: // http: // http: //

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