By Lisa Kleypas
"**She gave him her innocence…**
Lady Aline Marsden used to be cited for one cause: to make an valuable marriage to a member of her personal classification. as a substitute, she willingly gave her innocence to John McKenna, a servant on her father's property. Their passionate transgression used to be unforgivable—John was once despatched away, and Aline was once left to stay within the countryside…an exile from London society.
**…and he took her love.**
Now McKenna has made his fortune, and he has returned—more boldly good-looking and extra enchanting than prior to. His ruthless plan is to take revenge at the lady who shattered his desires of affection. however the magic among them burns as shiny as ever. And now he needs to come to a decision no matter if to enable vengeance take its toll…or threat every little thing for his first, and basically, love.
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