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Unjustly labeled a flirt, Kitty Beaucroft is in need of a fiancé. Lord Philip Butler's father wants him to settle down before he can become a landowner. With no intention of following through, Kitty and Philip enter into a temporary engagement as a means to an end. Unfortunately, someone knows the truth and is determined to expose them. Will the ruse turn into a romance before it's too late?
©2017 Suzanne G. Rogers (P)2018 Suzanne G. Rogers
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5 out of 5 stars
By Christy D on 04-09-18

Ruse & Romance

I have not listened to a historical romance in a while and this was so refreshing. The characters are fun and you could not help but all in love with Philip and Kitty's grandmother. The Ruse to save Kitty's reputation gets out and in true fashion of this time period things get a bit hectic. I must say some people get what's coming to them. Helen Taylor does a fantastic job weaving this tale for you and makes it so easy to get lost in it. The story is a short listen and well worth your time you will feel as if you have stepped back in time.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Virginia on 04-08-18

Sweet Romance!

Kitty had turned down every offer of marriage she had received. After the last one left in a mad rush, her father told her if she had not excepted one by the next ball, she would be leaving London to go to his mothers in the country to live. At the ball all of the men turned their backs on her and she fled the room. She went to a room that she thought that was empty. She saw a man setting in a chair half dressed reading a book. It startled her so bad, she fell flat and started crying. It was Lord Phillip Butler and he came to her defense. He dressed and went down to the ball to dance with her. Then the story goes into twists and turns. The narrator did a great job.

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