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Miss Pymbroke's Rules by Rosemary Stevens
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Miss Pymbroke's Rules

by Rosemary Stevens

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0449225186, Mass Market Paperback)

HE WOULD TAKE THE HOUSE . . . AND THE LADY!



When Verity Pymbroke inadvertently rented her London house to Lord Carrisworth, she broke one of her most stringent rules *condoning the presence of a rake. Clearly, the man was a practiced scoundrel. The sensations he provoked in her were most unsettling, though not entirely unpleasant.



His Lordship couldn't resist this Miss with the face of an angel and a prim and proper nature that tempted him without reason. With one kiss he dared to find out if a passionate nature lay beneath her sensible gowns and strict rules of conduct.



But who was more surprised, himself or Miss Pymbroke? And how could he possibly convince a lady with too many rules to break several . . . all in the name of love?

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:21:37 -0400)

Proper Miss Verity Pymbroke would never rent out her townhouse to Lord Carrisworth, a rake known for his wild parties and one who keeps twins as his mistresses! But she doesn't count on the schemes of two matchmaking neighbors and a determined cat in this lighthearted romance. Book Two of the Cats of Mayfair. Regency Romance by Rosemary Stevens; originally published by Fawcett Crest… (more)

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