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The Celebrated Pedestrian
by Suzanne Allain


Overview - Can a young lady allow her beloved sister to be sacrificed on the marriage altar? Emily Smithfield cannot. So when her mother announces that a marriage has been arranged between Emily's older sister Lydia and Lord Wesleigh, a man the sisters have never met, Emily offers to marry the gentleman in her sister's stead.  Read more...

 
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Overview
Can a young lady allow her beloved sister to be sacrificed on the marriage altar? Emily Smithfield cannot. So when her mother announces that a marriage has been arranged between Emily's older sister Lydia and Lord Wesleigh, a man the sisters have never met, Emily offers to marry the gentleman in her sister's stead. Emily's act of selflessness leaves Lydia free to marry the man she loves and Emily the bride of a handsome young marquess. Not a bad bargain at all Lord Wesleigh, who knows nothing of Emily's matchmaking scheme, arrives in the small village where the Smithfields reside disguised as a curate, in an attempt to observe his betrothed anonymously. When Lord Wesleigh finds himself more attracted to Emily than her sister, the rules of the game change. Can he make Emily fall in love with him when she believes him to be a penniless curate? A Regency romance novel originally published by Grand Central Publishing in 2001.


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  • ISBN-13: 9780982368251
  • ISBN-10: 0982368259
  • Publisher: Lemoyne House
  • Publish Date: July 2012
  • Page Count: 202


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