The Laird and the Wanton Widow by Ann Lethbridge

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When Kate Anderson heard her young cousin complain about the man she was expected to marry, Kate never imagined it would be Harry Le Clere, Lord Godridge! For one season in Edinburgh, Kate and Harry had shared their first taste of passion--and one mistake tore them apart.

Now, Kate is in a position to teach Harry how to woo her cousin...but Kate doesn't realize that she is the only woman he ever wanted. And Harry is determined to have her again....


About Ann Lethbridge

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Ann Lethbridge grew up in England where she majored in history and business. She has always loved the glamorous, if rather risky, Georgians and in particular the Regency era as drawn by Georgette Heyer. It was that love that prompted her to write her first Regency novel in 2000. She found she enjoyed it so much she just couldn't stop.Ann moved to Canada in her twenties where she now lives with her husband and two lovely daughters. She writes full-time after recently giving up a career in university administration to focus on her first love, writing novels.While she writes, Ann enjoys the company of her Maltese terrier, Teaser, she and husband, Keith, found at a dog shelter. He thinks it is mint that she stays home all day with him as he curls up under her feet or on the couch. He is most indignant when she has to go shopping and leave him behind.Although Ann lives in Canada, she still has lots of family in England and travels back there with her husband once a year to see everyone. It is also a great opportunity to undertake research and seek out those special little nooks and crannies in Britain that bring her stories to life. Ann's first book with Harlequin, The Rake's Inherited Courtesan, out in April 2009, has garnered praise in several contests for unpublished authors. If you would like to contact Ann you may do so at She loves to hear from readers.
Published April 21, 2010 by Harlequin Historical Undone. 43 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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