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Noble Intentions

By Katie MacAlister
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  • Publisher : Sourcebooks, Inc.
  • Isbn : 1402294387
  • Pages : 416
  • Category : Fiction
  • Reads : 651
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The award-winning, laugh-out-loud Regency romance that launched the career of New York Times bestselling author Katie MacAlister. Take one infamous earl... Noble Britton, Lord Weston, has come to London intending to revisit old friends, enjoy a modicum of society, and-oh, yes-find a mild, biddable wife. Add an irrepressible American Gillian Leigh's Unfortunate Habit of speaking her mind and Shocking Susceptibility to Accidents have left her on the shelf at five-and-twenty. So why can't Noble resist her? And good intentions are bound to fail When Gillian meets the infamous Black Earl, she knows that at last she's found a man who can match her zest for life, even if that entails the occasional arson...or kidnapping. Not to mention the encounters with his former mistresses... Although life with Gillian involves as much chaos as laughter, Noble fully intends to claim her for his own-if she doesn't accidentally kill him first. "Delightful and charming! A wonderful romp through Regency England." -Lynsay Sands, bestselling author of The Switch "Sexy, sassy fun!" -Karen Hawkins, New York Times bestselling author of How to Pursue a Princess

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