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Impetuous (Mills & Boon M&B)

Romance


by
Candace Camp

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 384 pages

File size: 720 KB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

Loving the enemy is one thing. Trusting the enemy is quite another. In the late 1600s Black Maggie Verrere was engaged to marry Sir Edric Neville in an effort to unite their two families. Instead she eloped to America with another man, and the famed Spanish dowry vanished along with her. The two families-the Verreres and the Nevilles-have hated one another ever since. Now, a hundred and fifty years later, another Verrere woman seeks the dowry. Cassandra Verrere has no hope of providing a future for her younger siblings, or for herself, unless she recovers the treasure. Unfortunately her path to its attainment requires the help of a Neville-the disarming Sir Philip. With an ancient feud marking their lineage, Cassandra cannot imagine trusting him. But the true challenge may be in trusting her heart not to fall for him. “[Camp] is renowned as a storyteller who touches the hearts of her readers time and time again.” –RT Book Reviews

Loving the enemy is one thing. Trusting the enemy is quite another. In the late 1600s Black Maggie Verrere was engaged to marry Sir Edric Neville in an effort to unite their two families. Instead she eloped to America with another man, and the famed Spanish dowry vanished along with her. The two families-the Verreres and the Nevilles-have hated one another ever since. Now, a hundred and fifty years later, another Verrere woman seeks the dowry. Cassandra Verrere has… (more)

Loving the enemy is one thing. Trusting the enemy is quite another. In the late 1600s Black Maggie Verrere was engaged to marry Sir Edric Neville in an effort to unite their two families. Instead she eloped to America with another man, and the famed Spanish dowry vanished along with her. The two families-the Verreres and the Nevilles-have hated one another ever since. Now, a hundred and fifty years later, another Verrere woman seeks the dowry. Cassandra Verrere has no hope of providing a future for her younger siblings, or for herself, unless she recovers the treasure. Unfortunately her path to its attainment requires the help of a Neville-the disarming Sir Philip. With an ancient feud marking their lineage, Cassandra cannot imagine trusting him. But the true challenge may be in trusting her heart not to fall for him. “[Camp] is renowned as a storyteller who touches the hearts of her readers time and time again.” –RT Book Reviews

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