Abandoned to the Prodigal by Mary Lancaster

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Who knew that love could be fun?

Ruined and abandoned by her betrothed, Lady Juliet has no choice but to take the stagecoach home to her family in Yorkshire. Fortunately, she is protected on the journey by a handsome and amusing self-styled “wastrel”.
Daniel Stewart – together with his enormous, unruly mongrel dog – is reluctantly answering a summons to his grandfather’s deathbed. But instead of the prodigal’s traditional fatted calf, he is presented with the miserly baron’s temper and a parcel of resentful relatives. Juliet faces recrimination and isolation in her own home.
It isn’t surprising that Dan and Juliet seek solace in secret meetings to cheer each other up. Neither expects to fall in love.
But is the unconventional Dan the solution to Juliet’s problems? Or just an added complication? For her powerful father seeks to rehabilitate her reputation through marriage, either to her faithless ex-betrothed or to the man who caused her ruin in the first place.

  • File Name:abandoned-to-the-prodigal-by-mary-lancaster.epub
  • Original Title:Abandoned to the Prodigal (Season of Scandal Book 2)
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  • Language:en
  • Identifier:MOBI-ASIN:B08CPM8MPC
  • Publisher:Dragonblade Publishing, Inc.
  • Date:2020-08-10T16:00:00+00:00
  • Subject:Fiction,Historical,romance
  • File Size:303.027 KB

Table of Content

  • 1. Title Page
  • 2. Copyright Page
  • 3. Publisher’s Note
  • 4. Additional Dragonblade books by Author Mary Lancaster
  • 5. Table of Contents
  • 6. Chapter One
  • 7. Chapter Two
  • 8. Chapter Three
  • 9. Chapter Four
  • 10. Chapter Five
  • 11. Chapter Six
  • 12. Chapter Seven
  • 13. Chapter Eight
  • 14. Chapter Nine
  • 15. Chapter Ten
  • 16. Chapter Eleven
  • 17. Chapter Twelve
  • 18. Chapter Thirteen
  • 19. Chapter Fourteen
  • 20. Chapter Fifteen
  • 21. Chapter Sixteen
  • 22. Chapter Seventeen
  • 23. Chapter Eighteen
  • 24. Chapter Nineteen
  • 25. Chapter Twenty
  • 26. Chapter Twenty-One
  • 27. Chapter Twenty-Two
  • 28. Epilogue
  • 29. About Mary Lancaster
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