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A Very Naughty Angel

by Barbara Cartland

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This book is about Lady Victoria, who is on her way to marry Prince Maximilian of Obernia. On her way to that country, she visits Germany and an adventure in Munich is where she meets Rudolph! Will she marry the Prince after meeting someone else? ( )
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"And remember, Tilda, it is a great honour that Queen Victoria herself has arranged your marriage."

Lady Victoria Matilda Tetherton Smythe murmured assent to her mother's reminder, but secretly worried whether marriage to Prince Maximilian of Obernia would bring her real happiness.

Her worry increased as she toured palaces on the Continent en route to meet her bethrothed. Royal conversation was so stuffy, palace life so boring.

Desperate for one taste of excitement before her wedding, Tilda persuaded her tutor-chaperon to take her to a Bavarian beer hall. Her moment of naughtiness would lead Tilda to a night she would never forget--a night of wild adventure with the handsomest, most exciting man she had ever met.
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While her father is away from home, the beautiful but lonely Ursa Hollington is surprised to receive a visit from Penelope, her sister, who has been such a stranger since she married a rich Nobleman and moved to London. Ursa is even more surprised when she hears Penelope's request! So Penelope can meet her lover in a secret tryst while her husband, Lord Brackley, is abroad, Ursa reluctantly agrees to pretend to be Penelope and stay with Lord Brackley's blind mother, the Dowager Lady Brackley. Powdered and rouged just like her coquettish sister, Ursa is accepted at the imposing Brackley Park. But then the dashing Marquis of Charnwood embroils her in yet another deception, posing as his fianc‚ee to save him from a loveless marriage to the daughter of a Greek he is doing business with. When the amorous Marquis appears at her bedside one night, Ursa is horrified, but soon finds the fluttering in her heart is not fear but love. Tangled in not one but two falsehoods, she can see no way out, until it comes to light that the Dowager Lady Brackley is far more perceptive that she thought!… (more)

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