A Bride of Convenience for the Broken Earl by Hazel Linwood

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“All that I am, I give to you, all that I have, I share with you…”

When Lady Lydia Reed’s first love left her without warning, her heart turned to ice. Left alone with just her uncle after her father’s tragic death, she must marry in less than a year to inherit her dowry.

There are two things Matthew Walsh, newly-appointed Earl of Paxton, will never forgive: his parents for sending him into exile, and Lydia for not writing to him. Determined to get his life back, he makes a bewildering proposal: a fake marriage to Lydia.

When old feelings return with a vengeance, their reunion nearly costs them their lives. A woeful wail is all Lydia manages before she’s forced on a carriage to Gretna Green with a man she now hates. For the sins of the father, shall be visited upon the daughter.

  • File Name:a-bride-of-convenience-for-the-broken-earl-by-hazel-linwood.epub
  • Original Title:A Bride of Convenience for the Broken Earl: A Historical Regency Romance Novel
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  • Language:en
  • Identifier:MOBI-ASIN:B08JKTWH6P
  • Publisher:Hazel Linwood
  • Date:2020-09-18T18:30:00+00:00
  • File Size:638.326 KB

Table of Content

  • 1. Title Page
  • 2. Contents
  • 3. A Lovely Gift From Me to You
  • 4. Before You Start Reading…
  • 5. About the Book
  • 6. Prologue
  • 7. Chapter 1
  • 8. Chapter 2
  • 9. Chapter 3
  • 10. Chapter 4
  • 11. Chapter 5
  • 12. Chapter 6
  • 13. Chapter 7
  • 14. Chapter 8
  • 15. Chapter 9
  • 16. Chapter 10
  • 17. Chapter 11
  • 18. Chapter 12
  • 19. Chapter 13
  • 20. Chapter 14
  • 21. Chapter 15
  • 22. Chapter 16
  • 23. Chapter 17
  • 24. Chapter 18
  • 25. Chapter 19
  • 26. Chapter 20
  • 27. Chapter 21
  • 28. Chapter 22
  • 29. Chapter 23
  • 30. Chapter 24
  • 31. Chapter 25
  • 32. Chapter 26
  • 33. Chapter 27
  • 34. Chapter 28
  • 35. Chapter 29
  • 36. Chapter 30
  • 37. Chapter 31
  • 38. Epilogue
  • 39. Extended Epilogue
  • 40. Preview: Her Threads of Fate to Tie the Marquess
    • Prologue
    • Chapter 1
    • Chapter 2
  • 41. Also by Hazel Linwood
  • 42. About the Author
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Reg Ferns
Reg Ferns

Whatever this is, it definitely is not a 'historical' romance. The language may as well be modern New York for all the inaccuracies it had.

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