Where the Roses Grow Wild

Where the Roses Grow Wild

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She was ruled by her head... Only one thing stood between Edward, Lord Rawlings, and a life of rakish debauchery: a spinster. Even worse, a liberal, educated, vicar's daughter-guardian to ten-year-old Jeremy, the true heir to the title Edward did not want. If Jeremy would not assume dukedom, Edward must, a fate of dire responsibility and utter boredom. But this time, her heart was taking the reins Since there had never been a female his lordship couldn't charm, Edward was sure he would win over the old girl. But Pegeen MacDougal was neither old, nor a girl-she was all woman, with a prickly tongue, infernal green eyes and a buried sensuality that drove him mad. Unfortunately, she loathed him and his class for their fripperies and complete disregard for the less fortunate. But for the sake of the boy, she agreed to accompany him back to his estate. The rise was quickly apparent. For Pegeen knew she could resist Edward's money, his power, his position...his entire world. It was his kiss, however, that promised to be her undoing...show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 320 pages
  • 104.1 x 170.2 x 21.3mm | 199.06g
  • St Martin's Press
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • St Martin's PB ed.
  • 0312964897
  • 9780312964894

About Patricia Cabot

Patricia Cabot is a writer, administrator, and freelance artist. She lives in New York with her husband and one-eyed cat Henrietta. This is her first novel.show more

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"Passion, wit, warmth-thoroughly charming." --Stella Cameron, author of "Wait For Me"show more

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