The Prince's Bride

The Prince's Bride

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Lady Jocelyn Shelton is determined to leave behind her life of poverty by marrying a prince, but her plan is thwarted by Viscount Beaumont, whose rescue of her person leaves her reputation in tatters, giving them no choice but to marry.

Once upon a time there was a young debutante of means who dreamed of marrying a prince. So she traveled to London to become . . .

The Prince's Bride

As a poor but proud young lady, Jocelyn Shelton had but one dream: to marry a prince and bring comfort to herself and her family. Now circumstances bring her to London, where her charms could make her wish come true. But her rendezvous with royalty is dangerously interrupted, and she finds herself rescued—and thoroughly kissed—by Rand, Viscount Beaumont . . . a daring man in the service of the king.

To protect her life, Rand whisks her away to the countryside, and to defend her reputation, he agrees to marry the willful beauty. Lady Jocelyn is hardly his first choice as a bride, but beneath her fiery nature he uncovers a tender vulnerability and a sizzling passion. But Rand is keeping a shocking secret-one that, when revealed, could either shake her belief in him or make herrealize that it takes more than blue blood to be a true prince.

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Determined to marry a prince, or at least a duke, Lady Jocelyn Shelton gets more than she had bargained for when she finds herself unexpectedly wed to the dashing Rand, Vicount Beaumont. Original.

Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Avon Books, 2001
ISBN: 9780380818211
Characteristics: 357 p. ; 17 cm


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