Redeeming the Rogue

Redeeming the Rogue

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'A witty, wonderful new voice in historical romance.'*

Michael Rafferty is an agent for the Crown, on the trail of a conspirator championing Irish independence through acts of violence. The trail leads to Washington, D.C., where Rafferty must assume the role of a diplomat in order to set a trap for the villain. To complete the pretense, he'll need to transform his coarse image and find someone to portray his wife.

Lady Arianne Chambers, sister to a duke and well versed in high-society circles, reluctantly agrees to assist Rafferty's charade. She'll teach him the finer points of being a gentleman, but she has no desire for a husband. Yet the honorable and passionate man hidden beneath rough edges finds his way into her heart. Can she trust her secrets-and her future-to such a seductive rogue?

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'Be ready to laugh and cry. I can't wait for other books from this author.'
- * Karen Harper, New York Times bestselling author

Publisher: Berkley Sensation, 2011
ISBN: 9780425242674
Branch Call Number: PAPERBACK R


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Mar 06, 2013

Redeeming the Rogue
Chambers Trilogy, Book 3

As an agent for the Crown, Michael Rafferty is on the trail of a violent Irish separatist in Washington, D.C. But to complete his disguise as a diplomat, he needs Lady Arianne Chambers to portray his wife. As she teaches the rough Rafferty about high society, he teaches her to unleash the passions she has denied for so long…


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