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Lord Thorpe's new business partner is not what he expected. With her billowy black hair and creamy skin, Alexandra Ward is stunningly beautiful, brashly outspoken, …and the perfect image of a wealthy woman long thought dead.

Straight from America, Alexandra finds London fraught with danger. Her appearance on Thorpe's arm sends shock rippling through society and arouses hushed whispers: is she a schemer in search of a dead woman's fortune, or an innocent caught up in circumstances that she doesn't understand?

Someone knows the truth, someone who doesn't want Alexandra to live long enough to learn anything. Only Lord Thorpe can help her now... if he can overcome his own suspicions.

Topics: Mistaken Identity, Office Romance, Steamy, England, Regency Era, and First in a Series

Published: Harlequin HQN an imprint of Harlequin on
ISBN: 9781460304464
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