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Bath Intrigue (Signet Regency Romance) The Rival RakesWhen Miss Perdita Grant Came To The Aid Of An Injured Duke In The Elegant Resort Of Bath, She Little Suspected The Danger She Was Courting For The Duke Was A Gentleman Whose Conquests Were As Legion As His Charm Was Legendary If This Peril Were Not Great Enough, The Duke S Son, Lord St Ive, Had A Record As A Rake That Matched That Of His Father And When The Devastatingly Handsome St Ive Decided That Perdita Planned To Ensnare The Duke With Her Youthful Beauty, He Set Out To Stop Her By Every Measure Of Strength And Stratagem Of Seduction At His Considerable Command Perdita Was Pursued By Two Men Whom No Woman Could Resist And Faced With A Choice That No Woman Should Have To Make

  • Paperback
  • 224 pages
  • Bath Intrigue (Signet Regency Romance)
  • Sheila Walsh
  • English
  • 18 June 2019
  • 9780451142573

About the Author: Sheila Walsh

Librarian Note There is than one author in the Goodreads database with this name.Born Sheila O Nions in 1928 in Birmingham, England, UK During the Second World War, her family moved to Southport, Lancashire, where she met Des Walsh, son of the Thomas Walsh, who had a jewelry store at 39 Chapel Street since 1926 In 1950, Sheila married with Des Walsh, and they had two daughters, Fran Walsh

10 thoughts on “Bath Intrigue (Signet Regency Romance)

  1. says:

    The blurb is somewhat misleading the details of Perdita s aid to the Duke are only briefly mentioned, but they two are neighbors and became friends, so Perdita visits the Duke often while his injury heals They only pretended to encourage the notion of romance between them to vex his son, Lord St Ives, because he jumped to conclusion first in thinking Perdita was out to snare the Duke for marriage And of course, St Ives falls in love with Perdita and is often snarky towards her since he s swimming in a tub of jealousy Overall, I found this a nice story to read The intrigue was obvious, though there were a few loose ends regarding the accidents that befell Perdita and the introduction of two people who seemed to be potential antagonists, but was soon dropped from all mention However, I found the heroine s kindness to be annoying stupid Famil...

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