The Marriage Lesson

The Marriage Lesson

Book - 2001
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Lesson #1: Never Tempt a Lady Become a bride? Never! Lady Marianne Shelton has come to London to experience life, and marriage is not part of her plan. To finance her independent future, the pretty country miss pens a series of anonymous stories. Soon they are the talk of the ton-and only she knows that her wicked hero is based on none other than bold, brash Thomas Effington, the future Duke of Roxborough.

Lesson #2: Never Deny a Marquess, Thomas has been thrust into le of Marianne's protector. When she threatens to experience life with the first willing rogue to come along, he decides the best recourse is to tutor her himself. And when he accidentally compromises her honor, he's willing to accept their only recourse: a wedding. Marianne claims she wants no part of marriage, but her intoxicating allure and disarming willingness make her irresistible. And now Thomas is determined to teach her a lesson: that true love will last forever.

Publisher: New York : Avon Books, c2001.
ISBN: 9780380818204
9780739417010
0380818205
Characteristics: 372 p. ;, 18 cm.

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DeanneDiy
Apr 14, 2011

Marianne Shelton is the strong willed heroine in this story who loves her independence and vows that she will never marry , then comes Thomas Effington , who was assigned to be the guardian , but when a scandal is added to the mix all Thomas can do is marry the stubborn lady ....

This was the second book in Victoria Alexander's Effington series and it was a fantastic read , a story that makes you laugh and pulls at the heart strings , I simply can't put this book down when i started reading !! Definitely a must read to a few hopeless romantics out there

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