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Charity Begins at Home, a Traditional Regency Romance (Regency Escapades Book 6)

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  • Sales Rank:301,596
  • Format:Kindle eBook
  • Language:English (Published)
  • Media:Kindle Edition
  • Pages:204
  • Publication Date:February 26, 2012
  • ASIN:B007E7MBDG


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Competent, compassionate, cautious Charity, The mainstay of her Kentish village. Charity would make the perfect wife. Everyone says so, including the men who propose marriage to her. But Charity wants to be more than the perfect wife. She wants to be beloved.

And when she meets the passionate half-Italian artist Tristan Hale, she thinks she's found the man who can transform her life into one of brilliance and excitement. But then she finds out that all he wants is what every man wants, that competent Charity, the perfect wife.

Against the backdrop of a village fete, Tristan must prove to her that he desires her as much as he esteems her, and to win her, he first has to defeat an evil playwright, paint a voracious whale, and seduce her by the midsummer moon.

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