Reckless Angel

Reckless Angel

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Sir Daniel Drummond discovers Henrietta Ashby amongst the debris of battle during England's Civil War, and his chivalrous attempts to return her to her parents results in a marriage proposal once he observes her father's foul treatment of her

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She turned his life into chaos even as she melted his heart…

The injured “boy” Sir Daniel Drummondrescues from a British battlefield is no boy at all,but a vivacious young enchantress fleeing hertyrannical father. Moved by her plight, herspirit, and her mesmerizing beauty—and his own young daughters’ need for a mother—the dashing nobleman impulsively offers towed Henrietta “Harry” Ashby, who promptlythrows his life and household into disarray.

Headstrong, impetuous, wildly unconventional, “Harry” knows precious little about wifelyduties. But the irrepressible miss understandsthe importance of unwavering loyaltywhen danger threatens. And she knows daringways to set a man’s passions aflame—and the sensuous secret to transforming amarriage of convenience into a union ofeverlasting ecstasy and love.



Baker
& Taylor

When the injured boy Sir Daniel Drummond rescues from a British battlefield turns out to be a vivacious young enchantress in flight from her tyrannical father, the single father impulsively proposes marriage, throwing his life into chaos. Reissue.

Publisher: New York : Avon Books, c1989
ISBN: 9780380758074
0380758075
Characteristics: 373 p. ; 18 cm

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