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The Chaperon's Seduction (Mills & Boon Historical)

by Sarah Mallory

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0263247848, Paperback)

'Ten Thousand Pounds to Whoever Can Seduce the Heiress by Michaelmas!' Even for dissolute rake Richard Arrandale, this latest bet is outrageously scandalous. But Richard doesn't care - until he meets the heiress's charming chaperon and the stakes are raised even higher! Widowed Lady Phyllida Tatham is no longer the shy, plain creature she once was, and she's determined to protect her beautiful stepdaughter. But there's one suitor - with the worst kind of reputation - who seems more interested in seducing her. Who will come out on top in this winner-takes-all game? The Infamous Arrandales: scandal is their destiny!

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