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The Lady and the Libertine
Lord Edmund Waite was everything that Lady Mary Gregg
despised in a man. He was lewd, lascivious, mocking---the
most notorious and successful rake in the realm. Happily,
Mary had nothing to fear from this lord of libertines. A
bluestocking like her could never tempt a man whose taste
ran to pretty playthings for his pleasures.
How startled Mary was to find herself the object of Lord
Waite's determined desires. But even more surprising was
her reaction to his shocking advances. How could she
remain a lady with this man who knew so well how to make
her feel like a woman.
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