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A Cunning Plan by B. Snow
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A Cunning Plan

by B. Snow

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Alec, Earl of Whittlesey, lives a dull and reclusive existence, rarely mingling with society and, to his mother’s regret, refusing to marry. But his mother and society do not know he harbors a secret: a kind of madness that is driving him to deadly despair.

When Alec meets the commoner Morgan Villenie, he finds the man’s cheer and wit hard to resist, despite his own dark moods. Alec warms to Villenie, but Villenie has secrets of his own. If these two men are ever truly to be together, they must trust each other enough to reveal those secrets—even if they both believe the truth could tear them apart.
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Alex, the Earl of Whittlesey, leads a reclusive life. When he meets Morgan, a commoner, he can't resist the man's charm and cheer.

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