The Importance of Being Wicked by Miranda Neville

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With her captivating romances filled with brilliant intrigue, Miranda Neville has already won legions of fans among readers of historical romance. And her new series set in lusty Georgian England is sure to satisfy. The men are reckless, the women daring, and the hero and heroine The Importance of Being Wicked are no exception. He's a duke who needs to marry a society wife. She's the troublemaker who's going to show him a thing or two about love. The solution: a marriage of convenience rife with powerful passion! If you like Lisa Kleypas and Eloisa James, you'll love the historical romances written by Miranda Neville.

 

About Miranda Neville

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Miranda Neville grew up in England before moving to New York City to work in Sotheby's rare books department. After many years as a journalist and editor, she decided writing fiction was more fun. She lives in Vermont.
 
Published November 27, 2012 by Avon. 384 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Neville (Confessions from an Arranged Marriage) displays a signature blend of froth and history in this improbable 1793 English romance.

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And though Caro never thought to marry, she is very attracted to Thomas and likes the idea of sexual companionship.

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