Libby's London Merchant by Carla Kelly
Signet Regency Romance (InterMix)

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An engaging Signet Regency Romance of mysterious suitors and surprising secrets from the “the powerful and wonderfully perceptive”* Carla Kelly...

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Beautiful Miss Libby Ames knew little about the man who landed unexpectedly at her country manor. Only that he called himself Mr. Nesbitt Duke, a London merchant. And after one look at Libby, he claimed he’d fallen in love. But it was soon clear that this handsome stranger was not being entirely truthful.

Arriving at Libby’s doorstep was not fate, but rather an encounter of Nesbitt’s own design. Furthermore, his position in life was far from that of a merchant. His name too was a lie. But his true identity was still not the greatest mystery. For Libby had no idea of the secret longings of her own heart—or what to do next about the mystery man, and the passionate love that has taken her by shocking surprise.

*New York Times bestselling author Mary Jo Putney

About Carla Kelly

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CARLA KELLY is an experienced cook and baker, having started well before the age of ten. As the eldest of five children, she often made baked treats and dinner for her family. She has been a vegan for over sevenyears and a vegetarian for fifteen more before that, and has developed recipes to suit herself and her family on this journey. She writes the popular blog The Year of the Vegan ( and lives in British Columbia with her family.
Published September 11, 2012 by InterMix. 224 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, History. Fiction

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Uncle Ames has taken his own daughter Lydia and his sister-in-law to Brighton, so Libby and her brother Joseph are home alone.

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