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By Christina Dodd
Two beautiful cousins needs to alternate identities in a scandalous deception.
Madeline de Lacy, the duchess of Magnus, prides herself on being the most good younger ladies in England, that's why she cannot think that, in a flip of the playing cards, her noble father has misplaced his complete property -- and her! -- to a stranger.
On a challenge to salvage her kinfolk fortune, she modifies locations along with her cousin and significant other, sending the meeker Eleanor to confront the guy who had received Madeline's hand. Now, Madeline is unfastened to go into the house of a infamous gambler, and pretends to be meek, humble, and efficient with an iron. She is, in fact, none of these issues; she easily is resolved to win her family's fortune again. simply whilst she thinks concerns cannot worsen, she meets Gabriel Ansell, the earl of Campion, they usually do. Horribly worse.
Four years in the past, Madeline was once engaged to Gabriel, and worshipped his smug kisses. Now, being pressured to marry a guy she does not comprehend pales compared to the ordeal of dealing with Gabriel back, the fellow who betrayed her -- Gabriel, the single guy she ever loved.
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