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Miss Delightful

by Grace Burrowes
Publisher: Grace Burrowes
Release Date: 2021-04-09
Genre: Fiction
Pages: 176 pages
ISBN 13: 0877882487
ISBN 10: 9780877882480
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Synopsis : Miss Delightful written by Grace Burrowes, published by Grace Burrowes which was released on 2021-04-09. Download Miss Delightful Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. “You think I am delightful. Perhaps I can be charming in your direction as well. The mind boggles to contemplate such notions, and I am growing a bit chilly. Shall we return to the house?” The stable wasn't that chilly, and Alasdhair ... -- Miss Dorcas Delancey, vicar's daughter and advocate for the less fortunate, has been guarding her heart from fortune hunters and fashionable fribbles for years. She's completely unprepared for Alasdhair MacKay, former officer and all around grouch, to steal that heart. But when Alasdhair takes on responsibility for a motherless infant whom Dorcas's family won't acknowledge, she sees the honor lurking beneath his gruff mannerisms. Alasdhair MacKay did not storm hell with Wellington's army just so he could drink, swive, and flirt his way through life after Waterloo. He's serious, intelligent, and passionate about his causes--also passionate in his regard for Dorcas. He's the man of her dreams and a paragon in plaid, but looming scandal means Dorcas will have to choose between love and the honor Alasdhair so relentlessly values.

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