The Stranger I Married

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Penguin, 2012 - Fiction - 293 pages
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They are London's most scandalous couple. Isabel, Lady Pelham, and Gerard Faulkner, Marquess of Grayson, are well matched in all things - lusty appetites, constant paramours, provocative reputations, and their absolute refusal to ruin a marriage of convenience by falling in love. It is a most agreeable sham - until a shocking event sends Gerard from her side. When, four years later, Gerard returns, the boyish rogue is now a powerful, irresistible man determined to seduce Isabel. He is not the man she married - but is he the one to finally steal her heart? Praise for Sylvia Day-'Shades of Grey eclipsed by Bared to You.' Evening Standard'Tipped as the new Fifty Shades of Grey but is a lot darker and the heroine Eva is a stronger, savvy character and more likeable.' Bella'Move over Danielle Steel and Jackie Collins, this is the dawn of a new Day.' Amuse'Several shades sexier and a hundred degrees hotter.'

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User Review  - cmlloyd67 - LibraryThing

Hard to rate these things. This book was in some respects better written than a couple of books that I gave four stars to, but the story was less interesting and more repetitive. Or it is just ... Read full review

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User Review  - LadyWesley - LibraryThing

Can there be too much sex in a romance novel? I'm not sure, but I think that the constant boinking between Pel and Grayson actually detracted from the story here. I never really felt that I knew these ... Read full review

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Sylvia Day is the number one Sunday Times and number one international bestselling author of over twenty award-winning novels sold in more than forty countries. She is a number one bestselling author in twenty-eight countries, with tens of millions of copies of her books in print.

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