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Sometimes the heart wants what it wants - in spite of the risks . . .
Lady Cecily Westruther is nothing if not practical. By agreeing to marry an older duke who already has an heir and a mistress, she can assume a wifely role - without the wifely duties. Only one thing stands in her way - a letter that could destroy her betrothal. Desperate to retrieve that letter, Cecily must match wits with the most dangerously seductive man she's ever known . . .
Disguised as a footman, Cecily gains entry to her adversary's house - only to be unmasked by London's most powerful man. Rand, Duke of Ashburn, is accustomed to getting any woman he wants - and he wants Cecily. He will stop at nothing, including seduction, to make her his. But Rand holds a secret more shocking and destructive than that letter could ever be . . .
Praise for Heiress in Love 'Each scene is more sensual and passionate than the last.' Publishers' Weekly 'Riveting tale of life, loss, convenience and heart-wrenching love. Superbly written.' Fresh Fiction 'Clever, lush and lovely - an amazing debut.' Suzanne Enoch, New York Times bestselling author
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Emilie Frèche, lauréate du Prix Orange du Livre 2013 pour "Deux étrangers"