The handbook to handling his lordship / Suzanne Enoch.
|Authors:||Enoch, Suzanne, author.|
|Call number:||FIC ENO|
|Publication:||New York : St. Martin's, 2013.|
Man-woman relationships -- Fiction.
Nobility -- Fiction.
Secrecy -- Fiction.
Great Britain -- History -- Regency, 1811-1820 -- Fiction.
|Series title:||Enoch, Suzanne. Scandalous brides.|
|Title:||The handbook to handling his lordship / Suzanne Enoch.|
|Edition:||St. Martin's Paperbacks edition.|
|Physical description:||325 p. ; 18 cm.|
|Summary note:||"Emily Portsman has a secret, and three years ago she decided the best way to keep it would be to work at the Tantalus Club, a notorious gaming establishment for gentlemen. It's not the sort of work a beautiful, well-bred governess would ever consider--unless she's hiding from her past and a man who wants to destroy her present...Nate Stokes, Earl of Westfall, is a supremely accomplished former spy more at home on London's seedy streets than in any glittery ballroom. His peers know him only as a bookish fellow who can find anything--or anyone. When the Marquis of Ebberling hires him to find a murderess, Nate's search leads him to the Tantalus Club and Emily Portsman. In a game where no one is who they seem and when every conversation is a deadly dance of trust and desire, the only thing Nate knows for sure is that once he gets Emily in his arms, he will never let go..."--P.  of cover.|
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