The Wicked Gypsy by Mary Lancaster

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An old Blackhaven tragedy merges with a new quarrel…

When Gervaise, the Earl of Braithwaite, first sees beautiful gypsy Dawn, he is struck by her likeness to his political enemy, Julius Gardyn. In his cups, he grasps the opportunity for a little vengeance and sweeps her off to his ancestral castle. In the morning, he is frustrated in his attempts to make things right by Dawn herself, who refuses to return to her family.
Dawn, dazzled by the handsome earl, has several reasons for staying with him. Pretending to be Eleanor Gardyn, lost heiress to Haven Hall, begins as a fun means to upset the earl’s enemy, but when memories begin to tug at her, everything becomes much more serious. As she falls heavily in love with Gervaise, she starts to believe that happiness might be possible. Until the earl’s prospective bride arrives at the castle.

However, many people, including Julius, fail to see the steel beneath Gervaise’s good nature. Few have noticed that he always gets what he wants in the end. And he wants Dawn.

Book Details

  • File Namethe-wicked-gypsy-by-mary-lancaster.epub
  • Original TitleThe Wicked Gypsy (Blackhaven Brides Book 8)
  • Creator
  • Languageen
  • IdentifierMOBI-ASIN:B07G3GM8S2
  • PublisherDragonblade Publishing, Inc.
  • Date2018-08-20T16:00:00+00:00
  • SubjectHistorical,Romance,Fiction,Regency
  • File Size284.881 KB

Table of Content

  • 1. Title Page
  • 2. Copyright Page
  • 3. Books from Dragonblade Publishing
  • 4. Dedication
  • 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. Excerpt from The Wicked Baron
  • 26. Mary Lancaster’s Newsletter
  • 27. Other Books by Mary Lancaster
  • 28. About Mary Lancaster

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