[share_ebook] The Earl's Prize

Author: Nicola Cornick

Date: 2011-12-04

Pages: 304

Publisher: Harlequin

Category: Novel

Tag: Romance

Posted on 2011-10-04, by sharebookfree.


The Earl's Prize

The Earl's Prize
Nicola Cornick | Harlequin | 2011-12-04 | 304 pages | English | LIT

Winning the National Lottery - Regency Style!

Amy Bainbridge is the daughter of a baronet who ruined his family through his gambling. Now her brother is going the same way as his father, and Amy has sworn never to touch the cards herself. But there are other ways to gamble as well as in play...

When Amy finds a winning lottery ticket, her troubles are only just starting. She needs to discover which of her brother's ramshackle gambling cronies is the real owner of the ticket. She devoutly hopes that it is not Joss Tallant, the most hardened rake and gamester of them all, whom rumour has it does not have a heart to lose...

Joss has no intention of marrying for love. Amy has no intention of marrying a man who is just like her father. So why are Joss and Amy so attracted to each other and what are they going to do about it?

A unique Regency historical, shortlisted for the RNA Award for the best category romance of 2002.



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