One Whisper Away by Emma Wildes
Ladies in Waiting

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Lady Cecily Francis is resigned to become the wife of Lord Drury, the man she suspects her sister is pining for. But upon her first scandalous encounter with the exotic Earl of Augustine-the American whom everyone is whispering about- Cecily is intrigued by the possibility of a more exciting life. If only she could contrive some way to marry the unconventional earl instead....

Around town he's known as Earl Savage. Although he inherited his title legitimately-and, with it, responsibility for his three half sisters-Augustine is half American and part Iroquois. He can't wait to settle his father's estate, marry his sisters off, and return to his native soil. Until charming Lady Cecily has him considering a prolonged stay in England...


 

About Emma Wildes

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Emma Wildes is the award-winning author of over twenty twenty books. She is the 2007 Eppie winner for best historical erotic romance, a 2006 RWA Lories third place winner for best novella, and a #1 bestselling author at Fictionwise. Emma lives in rural Indiana with her husband, three children, and various pets.
 
Published May 3, 2011 by Signet. 328 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Jonathan proposes to Cecily by saying, “Become my wife in truth so we are not perpetrating a farce of an engagement on both our families, so neither of us is perjuring ourself to society — not that I care about that aspect of it for myself, but your reputation does matter to me — and for the ...

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