Sold to A Laird

Sold to A Laird

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"When Douglas Eston arrives at the home of the Duke of Herridge, he expects to leave with an investment--not a wife! With his brilliant ideas attracting attention all over London, Douglas does not need to rely on the duke. But when he meets Lady Sarah Baines, the stubborn beauty whose virtue her father would willingly sell, Douglas finds himself utterly entranced and desperate to protect her. Lady Sarah Baines always knew her father was cruel. But this time he's gone too far. Demanding that she marry a complete stranger--even an absurdly handsome one with eyes the color of a dawn sky--is utterly ridiculous. She swears she'll never submit to the wanton delights of the marriage bed. But soon Douglas's considerable charms prove impossible to resist-- and the decadent ecstasy he offers shows Sarah that an affair that began with business can end with the ultimate pleasure" -- from publisher's web site.
Publisher: New York : Avon Books, 2009.
ISBN: 9780061771750
0061771759
Characteristics: 370 p. ; 18 cm.
Summary: "When Douglas Eston arrives at the home of the Duke of Herridge, he expects to leave with an investment--not a wife! With his brilliant ideas attracting attention all over London, Douglas does not need to rely on the duke. But when he meets Lady Sarah Baines, the stubborn beauty whose virtue her father would willingly sell, Douglas finds himself utterly entranced and desperate to protect her. Lady Sarah Baines always knew her father was cruel. But this time he's gone too far. Demanding that she marry a complete stranger--even an absurdly handsome one with eyes the color of a dawn sky--is utterly ridiculous. She swears she'll never submit to the wanton delights of the marriage bed. But soon Douglas's considerable charms prove impossible to resist-- and the decadent ecstasy he offers shows Sarah that an affair that began with business can end with the ultimate pleasure" -- from publisher's web site.

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Oct 20, 2013

This has to be one of the most boring books I have ever read. If you want to know every minute detail about running a large estate, this is the book for you. I really don't care how they made their special silver polish or when to rotate crops. No suspense at all! Sarah is a wuss.

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