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The Diamond (Harlequin online read) (2006)

by Diane Gaston

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London, 1816

Amanda Reynolds spied Captain Christian Ramsford across the ballroom.
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After learning the Earl of Greythorne is no gentleman, Miss Amanda Reynolds—"the Diamond" of the London Season—has refused his offer of marriage. So it is with great dismay that she learns the condition of her late father’s will: to receive her fortune, Amanda must marry before her 21st birthday, a mere four weeks away!

In her haste to claim a suitable husband, Amanda soon finds herself in a compromising position with the one man immune to her charms: the dashing but disdainful Captain Christian Ramsford!
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