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By Jo Beverley

Younger Rosamunde Overton is compelled right into a bold deceit while her aged husband can't sire an inheritor. So while she flees a masquerade and occurs upon an injured nobleman, Rosamunde may well simply have the reply to her prayers. Lord model Malloren is much above her station, yet he is passionate about this masked girl who has taken him captive. Rosamunde has additionally fallen in love, yet her reckless plan will depend on secrecy. And to bare herself may possibly fee her everything...

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