The Golden Swan by Phylis Warady

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Blush: This is a suggestive romance (love scenes are not graphic) A Worldly Rake—Due to the uproar caused by gossipmongers embellishing tales of his latest tendre, Andrew Halpern, Viscount Temple, is not unduly surprised by his father's insistence that he settle down and set up his nursery. However, marrying a penniless waif handpicked by his irate sire comes as an icy shock. True, Jenny Shaw's sunny nature makes her an ideal confidante. But Andrew thrives in tonnish circles and pines for a mate of equal sophistication.A Naïve Country Maiden—Jenny knows she's no beauty. She also knows that her handsome new husband grows more restless with each passing month spent with her in a bucolic setting — both not of his choosing. But she is at a loss as to how best ease his discontent. The Viscount might see his bride as a spineless creature but he's about to learn that there is far more to Jenny Shaw Halpern than is visible to the naked eye!Publisher Note: Previously released elsewhere, now revised and expanded.

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Published March 1, 2007 by Ellora's Cave Publishing Inc. 218 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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