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meh... it was ok, but not much more than that. A retelling of Cinderella.
  GanneC | Jan 28, 2016 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0449205320, Mass Market Paperback)

Impoverished Harriet Clifton invites herself to her widowed sister Cordelia's London house for the season in the hope of finding a rich husband. Cordelia is pursuing the notorious Marquess of Arden, but is astonished when he succumbs to Harriet's countrified ways.

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Harriet Clifton invites herself to her widowed sister Cordelia's posh London house for the season in the hope of meeting a mate. Cordelia is casting her net for the notorious Marquess of Arden. Who would have believed the Marquess would fall for Harriet?… (more)

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