The Last Bachelor by Betina Krahn

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Remington Carr, a rakish earl and London's most infamous bachelor, matches wits with Lady Antonia Paxton, a lovely young widow who has made a career out of assisting destitute women marry well by trapping eligible bachelors in compromising positions.
 

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Betina Krahn lives in Florida. She has two sons, Nathan and Zebulun, and a feisty salt-and-pepper schnauzer. With a degree in biology and a graduate degree in counseling, she has worked in teaching, personnel management, and mental health. She had a mercifully brief stint as a boys' soccer coach, makes terrific lasagna, routinely kills houseplants, and is incurably optimistic about the human race. She believes the world needs a bit more truth, a lot more justice, a whole lot more love and laughter. She attributes her outlook to having married an unflinching optimist and two great-grandmothers actually named "Pollyanna."From the Paperback edition.
 
Published July 22, 2009 by Fanfare. 528 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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In 1882 London, a wealthy young widow, Lady Antonia Paxton, makes it her goal to marry off less fortunate widows-by catching them in flagrante delicto with eligible men. Her infamous exploits earn her

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In 1882 London, a wealthy young widow, Lady Antonia Paxton, makes it her goal to marry off less fortunate widows-by catching them in flagrante delicto with eligible men.

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