A Convenient Pretense by Elaine Violette

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Blush sensuality level: This is a sweet romance (kisses only, no sexual content).


Emily Hughes has little patience for the frivolity of the season. Marriage brought out only the worst in her parents and if she has her way, she’ll avoid matrimony altogether. Only the demands of her father are enough to force her to join her aunt in London for the festivities.


Marcus Deming, Earl of Pembridge, refuses to love after watching his father succumb to a broken heart. Marcus will marry, but only for the convenience of producing an heir. Love need have no place in the arrangement.
Emily and Marcus agree to spend the season in each other’s company, fending off the worst of the suitors and their aunts’ schemes. It isn’t until Emily is called home to aid her ailing father that she and Marcus realize their pretense has escalated into something far more intense. So alike, right down to a shared stubborn streak, it’s going to take a common enemy and the ability to admit when they’re wrong for Marcus and Emily to secure the future they suddenly can’t imagine living without.

A Blush® Regency historical romance from Ellora’s Cave

 

About Elaine Violette

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Published April 4, 2013 by Ellora's Cave Publishing Inc.. 234 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, History. Fiction

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