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0446572743 03 02 0446572748 03 9780446572743 15 9780446572743 14 09780446572743 01 BC B101 The League of Second Sons 3 <b202>01</b202> <b203>Ripe for Seduction</b203> 15 9780446572743 A01 Isobel Carr Carr, Isobel Isobel Carr 01 eng 384 FIC027050 10 FIC027070 10 FIC027010 01 01 The League of Second Sons
A secret society of younger sons, sworn to aid and abet each other, no matter the scandal or cost . . .

After the scandalous demise of her marriage, Lady Olivia Carlow knows the rakes of the ton will think her fair game. So when a letter arrives bearing an indecent offer from the incorrigible Roland Devere, she seizes the opportunity. Turning the tables on the notorious rogue, she blackmails him into playing her betrothed for the season. But no matter how broad his shoulders or chiseled his features, she will never fall prey to his suave charm.

When Roland boasted he'd be the first into Lady Olivia's bed, he couldn't have imagined that behind those brilliant blue eyes lurked a vixen with a scheme of her own. Still, Roland is not about to abandon his original wager. If anything, learning that the lovely Olivia is as bold as she is beautiful makes him more determined to seduce her into never saying "never" again.]]


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Courtesans -- Fiction.
Secret societies -- Fiction.
Man-woman relationships -- Fiction.
England -- Fiction.
London (England) -- Social life and customs -- 18th century -- Fiction.