Miss Foster's Folly by Alice Gaines

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Manhattan, 1886

Juliet Foster has just become the wealthiest spinster in town. Her domineering and thoroughly unpleasant father has died and left her millions. She's free to be her own woman and seek a life of adventure.

David Winslow, Marquess of Derrington, is in search of a wife who can break the Winslow Curse. Every second-generation heir inherits a restless, defiant nature that can only be tamed by a mate as independent and rebellious as himself.

Miss Juliet Foster is perfect—and eager for seduction. But when he wants more than a few nights of passion, Juliet runs like the devil's on her heels. Can the marquess convince her that marriage isn't a trap, but the greatest freedom of all?

89,000 words

 

About Alice Gaines

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Alice Gaines loves her romance as hot as she can get it. Besides spinning tales in her head, Alice's passions include vegetable gardening, the San Francisco 49ers, and America's Test Kitchen. She's also a maniacal fan of East Bay soul band Tower of Power. Alice has a Ph.D. in psychology from the University of California, Berkeley, and lives in Oakland, California, with her pet corn snake, Casper, and a strange cat that has moved into her yard.
 
Published May 26, 2010 by Carina Press. 267 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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