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Revenhopes Mistress [Read] ➺ Revenhopes Mistress ➶ Carmen Willow – Buyprobolan50.co.uk Bertram Cadogan Earl Revenhope – Scion of an old and distinguished title impoverished by his gambling father and massive crop failure is desperate for a way to save his earldom His sister demands a Bertram Cadogan Earl Revenhope – Scion of an old and distinguished title impoverished by his gambling father and massive crop failure is desperate for a way to save his earldom His sister demands a solution find a wealthy girl and marry her Gwyndolyn Matilda Cadogan – Her brother must have a wife and they both must have money on which to live until he marries The solution Use a disguise and patronize the public houses so that she can use her ability at cards to keep food on the table until her brother marries Robert Parker Banished in disgrace to Canada called home by the Crown when an untimely death makes him the heir to an earldom he seeks to polish his muddied reputation with a good marriage one that does not involve silly emotions such as love When he sees the beautiful woman on Revenhope’s arm he is captivated Is she Revenhope’s mistress or Revenhope’s kin Either way Robert knows one thing He wants her he wants her and he will wait for an opportunity to have her And when they play cards together Robert is handed the chance he desires to know the lady much much better ADULT SEXUAL SITUATIONS AND CONTENT.


5 thoughts on “Revenhopes Mistress

  1. Rachel McKay Rachel McKay says:

    Thanks to Carmen Willow for another good read This has been a lot of fun I like the Regency Era and you write it well I fell in love with all of the characters and liked watching the love blossom between Ravenhope and his mistress It was a very good read


  2. Jeanette Jeanette says:

    This book was a lovely romance The heroine was strong intelligent and beautiful with emotional scars from a harsh past The writing and story flows well and carrys you away There wasn't the harshness of desperate drama just the pain of hurt survival Enjoy


  3. Martha Champion Martha Champion says:

    great ideas but never cared for the charactersSomehow the writing style just didn't grab me I never really cared what happened to the hero or heroineSome interesting twists


  4. Joyce Hertzoff Joyce Hertzoff says:

    The author has done her homework and infused the book with historical detail while giving us a romantic story The complications toward the end add to the growing tension


  5. merilie Gonzales merilie Gonzales says:

    Great bookWhat a beautiful story The author's writing is emotional and elouent not crude or coarse The love scenes were tasteful And as always love triumphs in the end


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