Imposter Bride by Patricia Simpson

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For twenty long years, Ian Ramsay has done nothing but work toward a single goal: to get back Highclyffe, his family's estate in Scotland. Nothing will stand in his way. Not the wastrel Earl of Blethin who now owns Highclyffe or the cruel heiress he is about to marry for money.

When Ramsay discovers the heiress is actually a penniless imposter, he knows his long-held goal is finally within reach. All he has to do is make certain the imposter marries his mortal enemy.

But as snow falls upon London that winter of 1765, Ramsay's life takes a turn he could never have foreseen. He falls in love—with the one woman who could spoil everything.

Patricia Simpson will delight historical romance fans with this tale of intrigue.

About Patricia Simpson

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Until recently, Patricia Simpson hailed from the moody shores of the Puget Sound, where writing paranormal suspense novels was a natural consequence of living in the mist and rain. When not at home, Ms. Simpson could be found shaking out her bumbershoot at the local Starbucks Coffee House. Since her marriage to a Scotsman (yes, a real livewire Scot just like those heroes in her novels!), she resided in the Bay Area of San Francisco, California, where she is learned to rollerblade and rediscovered the sun. She currently lives in Alabama.
Published January 17, 2013 by Lucky Publishing. 307 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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