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Scottish Rebel, The
by: Emma Lange

The Monstrous Marquess . . .
Beautiful, auburn-haired Miss Tessa Strahan passionately loved her native Scotland and had only scorn for England and all things English. But now she had to go to England to live. Even worse, she had to find an English husband. And, worst of all, the man who would take her there was Nicholas Steele, the Marquess of Kerne, the most handsome and infamous rake in the realm -- the man Tessa reviled.

The struggle between them started when the monstrous marquess insisted on treating Tessa like a schoolgirl to be tamed in ladylike deportment. But their battle of wits and wills touched on real peril when he began to treat her like a woman . . .

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Signet Regency
Publish Date:
March 1990
Regency: Guardian- Ward
Nicholas Steele
Marquess of Kerne
Tessa Strahan
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