Destiny's Disguise by Candice Kohl

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Lord John, the earl of Farleigh—his giant frame scarred by battles fought as a mercenary knight—returns home to England to claim his unexpected inheritance. But now he must battle against the wicked baron Elwood of Eye and a woman with an inner strength to match his own who dares to love him.

A widow bitter toward men, Lady Gwyneth—her willfulness and deceit borne not of treachery—determines to save her younger sister from the formidable earl by wedding him herself. Expecting nothing but cruelty at her husband's hand, she is surprised to find herself the recipient of that which she has so often given, but never received: love. But Gwyneth has dark secrets that will inevitably be revealed—secrets that will test the strength of their love.

About Candice Kohl

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Candice Kohl was born and spent most of her life in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. There she worked as a copywriter in advertising and public relations. She also performed as an actress at the Sunset Playhouse, a major Midwest community theatre. In her spare time, she taught English as a second language to recently arrived immigrants. She and her husband, Phil Brabant, raised two sons. Christopher is now a jazz musician in New Orleans, and Dustin is a student in Milwaukee. Meanwhile, in late 1992, Kohl relocated to the Atlanta, Georgia area with her husband. They now live on five-plus forested acres with her horse, Miz Ed—who has yet to learn to speak as her namesake did. In 1993, her first book, The String on a Roast Won’t Catch Fire in the Oven—An A to Z Encyclopedia of Common Sense was released with excellent reviews, including one by the American Library Association. Her other titles include Family Secrets and A Twist in Time. Kohl has had numerous articles published in periodicals and newspapers, but her great passion has always been the historical romance.
Published December 15, 2012 by Blue Star Books. 422 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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