Saying I Do To The Scoundrel. Liz Tyner
A scoundrel of the ton...
Her knight in shining armor?
Katherine Wilder will do anything to escape her forced marriage, even ask Brandt Radcliffe to kidnap her! Only she doesn’t expect a man so disreputable to say no! With her father now desperate to marry her off to line his own pockets, widower Brandt has become her reluctant protector—and it seems the only way he can do that is to marry her himself...!
“The rigid rules of the Regency period is always the perfect backdrop for Tyner’s mischievous, rule-bending characters.”
—RT Book Reviews on Redeeming the Roguish Rake
“A headstrong heroine, a determined hero, secrets, family squabbles and a large dose of pride propel this plotline...a fast, enjoyable read.”
—RT Book Reviews on The Wallflower Duchess
LIZ TYNER lives with her husband on an Oklahoma acreage she imagines is similar to the ones in the children’s book Where the Wild Things Are. Her lifestyle is a blend of old and new, and is sometimes comparable to the way people lived long ago. Liz is a member of various writing groups and has been writing since childhood. For more about her visit liztyner.com.
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Saying I Do to the Scoundrel
SAYING I DO TO THE SCOUNDREL
© 2018 Elizabeth Tyner
Published in Great Britain 2018
by Mills & Boon, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers 1 London Bridge Street, London, SE1 9GF
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Dedicated to my generous, thoughtful
and always encouraging friend, Charlotte Schrahl.