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No Ordinary Groom

by Gayle Callen
Publisher: Zondervan
Release Date: 2009-05-26
Genre: Fiction
Pages: 384 pages
ISBN 13: 0061945315
ISBN 10: 9780061945311
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Synopsis : No Ordinary Groom written by Gayle Callen, published by Zondervan which was released on 2009-05-26. Download No Ordinary Groom Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. No why does his heated gaze enflame a desire in her that she's never known? No Ordinary Love His work as a British spy has kept William apart from proper society for years— and he has no idea that his latest "disguise" is anything less ... -- No Ordinary Engagement Miss Jane Whittington's hopes have been dashed. She'd always imagined herself marrying someone daring, adventurous, exciting. Instead, the man her father has betrothed her to is...a fop! Certainly William Chadwick is devastatingly handsome, but Jane could never love a dandy who cares for nothing save the latest fashions. So why does his heated gaze enflame a desire in her that she's never known? No Ordinary Love His work as a British spy has kept William apart from proper society for years -- and he has no idea that his latest “disguise” is anything less than appropriate. Now that he longs for a simpler, safer lot, he believes he's found his ideal bride in this irresistible beauty. But it will take a special sort of seduction to win Jane's heart. And when the Crown calls him back into service, how can William refuse -- even if it costs him the peace he covets...and the woman he can no longer live without?

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