Ravaging the Duke

 

Ravaging

the Duke

Mayfair

Series Book 2

by

J R Salisbury

Genre:

Historical Romance

 

 

Inheriting

the title from his murdered father, Alec finds just how dire things

really are. His father’s gambling obsession left the family with

nothing but the entailed properties. The ton views him as a disgraced

duke.

 

Alec,

now The Duke of Wexwood finds himself in need of a bride. One with a

substantial dowry. It needn’t be a love match as Alec doesn’t believe

love exists except in rare cases. He needs a woman who can help him

rebuild the dukedom.

 

Margaret

Douglas is an American recently arrived back in England. She has

fulfilled her late father’s wishes by returning with her mother. Now

she needs to find a husband. One who won’t squander her dowry,

someone who’ll see her as an equal.

 

 

Introduced

by her cousin, the Earl of Norwood, Margaret and Alec come to an

agreement which quickly turns into a passionate romance.

 

 

Lurking

in the background are secrets—ones Margaret can’t hide from the

duke. Secrets she brought from America. What will happen when Alec

finds out what she’s hiding?

 

 

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Amazon

bestselling author J R Salisbury divides her time between the U.S.

and U.K. with her aging Yorkie, Rocco.

When

in the U.K. she finds herself shrouded in history, making an author’s

imagination come alive.

J

R writes Victorian era and Scottish historical romance with perfectly

imperfect heroes and strong, sassy heroines.

 

 

 

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