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When youthful Clare Carradale beards the ogre in his den, she is instantly smitten with Sir Rupert Wolverley’s raw and powerful attraction. In an attempt to prevent her brother eloping with Sir Rupert’s niece, Clare is herself compromised. She must either marry his young cousin, Lord Ashendon, whom she detests, or Rupert himself.
Can Clare’s hopes of a radiant future be realised in this uneven and improbable match? Both Fate and Ashendon conspire against her. But Clare’s true battle lies in overcoming Rupert’s inner demons, if she is to save her marriage and win through to a promise of happiness.
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Oh I so loved this story! I am so happy that I sacrificed to buy it. It was full of intrigue, suspense, even laughter at some of her antics.
Written in a lovely, flowing style, 'Fated Folly' is an enchanting Regency with a thrillingly perfect ending. And readers will find the title of the novel wonderfully apt!
A lovely little turbulent romance, with excellent characters, both primary and secondary.
ABSOLUTELY and outstanding read. You feel as if you are the characters - great feelings, expressions and the plot keeps you entranced. Looking forward to the next in this authors Georgian Romances. Could not put this down a one day read!