The English Witch
—Chase, Loretta Lynda, 1949- author.

One of the finest and most delightful writers in romance. -Mary Jo Putney The traditional Regency classic from New York Times bestseller Loretta Chase is back ... A Comedy of Manners ... Her father's prodigal ways have forced the extremely lovely Alexandra Ashmore into an engagement with a strange man in a strange land: a man blind to the effect her unearthly beauty has on other men, and which has earned her the title "the English Witch"! So when she's kidnapped by another love-struck suitor, Alexandra assumes she's truly doomed to a loveless marriage with her captor.A Villain Redeemed ... But her troubles have only begun -- for although she's quickly rescued, her brave 'hero' is the notoriously irresistible, unrepentant scoundrel, Basil Trevelyan, who finds himself quite taken with the tart, spirited Alexandra. So taken, in fact, that he's determined to make her his own. Now, if he can only charm her into agreeing with his plan!".

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England -- Social life and customs -- 19th century -- Fiction.
FICTION / Romance / Historical / Regency.
Man-woman relationships -- Fiction.
Nobility -- England -- Fiction.
Electronic books.
Historical fiction.
Love stories.
Regency fiction.
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