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The Wife School by Samantha Winston


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Also by Samantha Winston:

Time Tracker, April 2017
The Wife School, December 2009
The Wife School, December 2009
Lady Jaided's Virile Vampires, July 2007
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Fever-Hot Dreams, February 2007
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The Wife School
Samantha Winston

Looks can be deceiving, but love never lies.

Red Sage
December 2009
On Sale: December 1, 2009
Featuring: Arnold; Amelia; Ben Dover (Rover)
120 pages
ISBN: 160310402X
EAN: 9781603104029
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They say that looks can be deceiving, and in Ben's case, the old saying is true. The son of privilege and power, a businessman with a world-class education, Ben lives in a one-room attic apartment, pretends to be a homosexual, and accidentally dyes his hair raspberry red. But the deception will be worth it if he gets his revenge against the man who stole his birthright.

Ben's not the only one hiding his true nature. Amelia has a few secrets of her own. Raised in seclusion with the plan of becoming a billionaire's virgin bride, dressed in matronly sacks that hide her stunning beauty, Amelia's secret little rebellions have already risked her future as a docile society wife. But is this the future she wants? Once she meets Ben, all her careful plans are about to fall apart. Each of them will have to learn to see past the disguises in order to win the biggest prize of all, a perfect love.

Author Samantha Winston says, "I’m a classics lover, so some of you will recognize Moliére’s influence in this tale. But the theme of man wanting to control woman and being thwarted by true love is a classic. How many well-laid plans have gone awry because Cupid shot his arrow and hit the wrong target? I hope you have as much fun reading this comedy of arrows – er, errors, as I had writing it!"

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