Proper Conduct

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Kensington Publishing Corporation, 2002 - Fiction - 253 pages
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Determined never to succumb to the possibilities of love after being jilted at the altar, Penelope Harwood finds her plans of becoming an independent lady, reliant on no one but herself, thwarted by her father's latest harebrained scheme - a venture that leads her into the arms of handsome Lord Nevin. Original.

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Strange book. This sequel to A Much Compromised Lady and prequel to A Proper Mistress has number of strange literary red herrings. For instance, he assumes at first she's distainful of him because of ... Read full review

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