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Lady Lucy's Lover by Marion Chesney
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Lady Lucy's Lover

by Marion Chesney

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"Why don't you take a lover, my dear? It would serve that feckless husband of yours right."

"But I don't want a lover. I am in love with my husband."

Poor deluded Lucy. She had married a gambler, a womanizer, and a drunkard. And she refused to admit that his frequent overnight absences were of significance.

It was not until he revealed that Lucy's parents "bought" him for her that it really stung.

And then one night at a ball she met the charismatic Duke of Habard. Suddenly all things seemed possible....
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 044920118X, Mass Market Paperback)

Set in the Regency era, this story is about Lucy, who is married to a gambling, womanizing drunkard. Stung by her husband's declaration that her parents had "bought" him for her, she is swept off her feet by the charismatic Duke of Habard. By the author of "The Viscount's Revenge".

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Poor Lucy was living a dream. She had married a gambler, a womanizer, and a drunkard. And she refused to admit that his frequent overnight absences were of any significance. The sting came when it was revealed that Lucy's parents had "bought" her husband for her. And then one night at a ball, Lucy met the charismatic Duke of Habard and suddenly anything seemed possible...… (more)

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