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Title:
Always a lady
Author:
Lee, Rebecca Hagan.
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Edition:
Jove edition.
Publication Information:
New York, N.Y. : Jove Books, 2002.
Physical Description:
x, 293 pages ; 18 cm
General Note:
"The third book in the Marquess of Templeston's Heirs trilogy."
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780515133479
Format :
Book

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Though the illegitimate son of the fifteenth Marquess of Templeston receives a hero's welcome from the town of Inismorn, Ireland, all he wants from this village is an experienced housekeeper. Instead he gets beautiful Mariah Shaugnessy, whom, in exchange for her service, he must teach how to be a proper lady.


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Seeking his destiny, Christopher "Kit" George Ramsey travels to Ireland to claim his inheritance as the new earl of Kilgannon only to discover that one of his new duties includes being guardian to Mariah Shaughnessy, an orphan raised by nuns. Expecting his ward to be a young girl, Kit instead finds that Mariah is the village's beautiful baker, whom Kit does not immediately recognize as the stargazing girl he promised years ago to one day marry. Because Mariah's mother wants her daughter to have a season of her own, Kit, now in love with Mariah, reluctantly agrees to launch her in society, intending to propose after her debut. But before she accepts any offer of marriage from Kit, Mariah wants to be certain that he loves her and is not just honoring an old promise. The third in Lee's Marquess of Templeston Heirs series is a charmingly clever romance deftly seasoned with wit and graced with some delightfully unforgettable characters. --John Charles