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Mr. Jeffries and the Jilt

Reed, Joy

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ISBN 10: 0821774778 / ISBN 13: 9780821774779
Published by Kensington Publishing Corp., 2003
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Title: Mr. Jeffries and the Jilt

Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corp.

Publication Date: 2003

Binding: Mass Market Paperback

Book Condition: Fine

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A gentleman who prides himself on his impeccable taste and elegance, Mr. Raymond Jeffries has yet to encounter a potential bride who meets his requirements. Caroline Sedgewick seems a highly unlikely candidate. After all, the shameless lightskirt has jilted three men. But upon meeting her, Raymond is charmed -- and devises a strategy that could make him the fourth casualty of love.

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Raymond Jeffries is convinced that his visit with his eccentric aunt in the small seaside village of Shelton-on-Sea will be boring, until he discovers that the notorious Caroline Sedgewick is also staying there. After jilting three men, Caroline has found refuge with her friend, Lady Katherine, hoping that in time her undeserved reputation as a shameless hussy will fade away. When Caroline's last fiance, the annoyingly handsome Robert Cullen, shows up determined to win her affections once again, Caroline is surprised to find Raymond offering his support in eluding Robert's attentions. More time spent in each other's company brings Caroline and Raymond closer together, but Caroline can't help but think that a woman with her kind of notoriety is no match for this very proper and discerning gentleman. A refreshingly honest heroine braves small-town gossip to win the affections of a hero who sees beyond public misperceptions in Reed's latest gracefully written, gently witty Regency. John Charles
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