The countess / Lynsay Sands.

By: Sands, Lynsay [author.]
Material type: TextTextSeries: Sands, Lynsay, Madison sisters: book 1.Publisher: New York : Avon, c2011Description: 371 p. ; 18 cmISBN: 9780061963049; 0061963046Subject(s): Man-woman relationships -- Fiction | Brothers -- Fiction | Widows -- FictionGenre/Form: Historical fiction. | Love stories. DDC classification: 813.6 LOC classification: PR9199.3.S2195 | C68 2011Summary: "The fairy tale courtship did not turn into a happily-ever-after ... not until her husband dropped dead, that is. He had been horrible enough to Christiana during their short marriage, and she was not going to allow the traditional period of mourning to ruin her sisters' debuts as well. So she decides to put him on ice and go on as if nothing's happened ... Until the real earl appears. Richard Fairgrave had every intention of confronting his villainous twin who had robbed him of his name and title ... only to discover that he had died. Quietly assuming his identity, Richard must now deal with a maddening desire for his ravishing inherited 'wife'--certainly a gold digger and possibly a murderess. And Christiana must deal with an unwanted new 'husband' and they both must figure out what to do before the ice melts!"--P. [4] of cover.
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Romance Kaponga LibraryPlus
Fiction
Fiction SAND (Browse shelf) Available i2153832
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Fiction
Fiction S (Browse shelf) Available A00815407
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"The fairy tale courtship did not turn into a happily-ever-after ... not until her husband dropped dead, that is. He had been horrible enough to Christiana during their short marriage, and she was not going to allow the traditional period of mourning to ruin her sisters' debuts as well. So she decides to put him on ice and go on as if nothing's happened ... Until the real earl appears. Richard Fairgrave had every intention of confronting his villainous twin who had robbed him of his name and title ... only to discover that he had died. Quietly assuming his identity, Richard must now deal with a maddening desire for his ravishing inherited 'wife'--certainly a gold digger and possibly a murderess. And Christiana must deal with an unwanted new 'husband' and they both must figure out what to do before the ice melts!"--P. [4] of cover.

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