The heiress he's been waiting for / Kaitlin O'Riley.
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- ISBN: 9781420144635
- ISBN: 1420144634
- Physical Description: 311 pages ; 17 cm.
- Publisher: New York, NY : Zebra Books/Kensington Publishing Corp., 2018.
First in a new series! -- cover.
Series information from Fantastic Fiction.
Raised in New York, shipping heiress Sara Fleming was ready to elope-until her disapproving parents tricked her onto a boat heading to England. Her only consolation is getting to see her beloved aunts and cousins. Even the start of London's Season-and a strikingly handsome earl-can't make her forget the man she left behind . . . Considered one of London's most eligible bachelors, Christopher Townsend, the Earl of Bridgeton, is not what he seems. Having inherited his father's crushing debt, he must choose a wealthy bride to save his family's estate. Though rumored to be penniless and committed to another, Sara takes his breath away-and makes him question what he truly needs to be free of the past. But he'll have to win the headstrong beauty's heart one kiss at a time . . .
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