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Author Thornton, Elizabeth, 1940-2010, author.

Title Cherished [electronic resource] / Elizabeth Thornton.

Publication Info. [Place of publication not identified] : Diversion Books, [2015]
©2015

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Description 1 online resource (448 pages)
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Series Pinnacle historical romance
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Summary The USA Today -bestselling author's French Revolution trilogy reaches a stunning finale with "a glorious, wonderful book!" (Mary Balogh). At sixteen, high-born Lady Emily had been found alone with Leon Devereux and was summarily forced to wed the wild, notoriously seductive rake. But it had been a marriage in name only, and soon the handsome rogue left to seek his fortune. Now, the scoundrel has returned, demanding to consummate their union, but Emily has no intention of honoring her "husband," no matter how irresistible his caresses. When he sought asylum from the horrors of the French Revolution in England, Leon Devereux's unruly ways earned him the contempt of the haute ton. Yet his heart belonged only to Emily, whose reputation he was forced to protect by marrying her when she was barely more than a girl. But now, Emily has blossomed into a woman who makes Leon hunger for a love he's never known -- a love he'll show her if only she'd let him. "I would recommend this book very highly to anyone looking for a romance with a good mystery and intriguing sub-plots." -- All About Romance.
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Subject England -- Social life and customs -- 19th century -- Fiction.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Historical fiction.
Love stories.
Regency fiction.
Western stories.
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Other Form: Print version: Thornton, Elizabeth, 1940-2010. Cherished. New York, N.Y. : Pinnacle Books/Windsor Pub., 1993. 1558177485 : (DLC)2010714775
ISBN 9781626815667 (epub)
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