The Virgin Who Captured a Viscount (The Swooning Virgins Society #5) (Paperback)
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This is book number 5 in the The Swooning Virgins Society series.
- #1: The Virgin Who Ruined Lord Gray (The Swooning Virgins Society #1) (Paperback): $15.95
- #2: The Virgin Who Vindicated Lord Darlington (The Swooning Virgins Society #2) (Paperback): $15.95
- #3: The Virgin Who Humbled Lord Haslemere (The Swooning Virgins Society #3) (Paperback): $15.95
- #4: The Virgin Who Bewitched Lord Lymington (The Swooning Virgins Society #4) (Paperback): $15.95
Behind the buttoned-up façade of The Clifford Charity School for Wayward Girls reside some of London’s most brilliant ladies. For the extraordinary young women of the secret Swooning Virgins Society are capable of taking down an utter scoundrel —or redeeming an aristocrat worthy of a woman’s love . . .
On a dark street in London, Mairi Cameron finally tracks down Daniel Brixton, the childhood friend who mysteriously disappeared from her Scottish hometown years ago. Now, however, he’s an arresting stranger whose life she promptly saves. But rather than being grateful, Daniel doesn’t believe Mairi is who she claims to be—or that her dear grandmother stands accused of his murder. Mairi is desperate to convince Daniel to return to Scotland with her, not only to prove he’s alive, but because of the strong feelings she still harbors for him. . .
The Swooning Virgins Society quickly goes into action, and standing before them, Daniel is convinced to help--if only to stay near the alluring Mairi. Posing as her husband for their travels only escalates the passions between them. And once Daniel faces the dark truth of his past, he must decide if he’s ready to claim a new future—with Mairi his side . . .
Praise for Anna Bradley and The Virgin Who Humbled Lord Haslemere
“Flirtatious banter and intelligent characters fill the pages of this sensuous novel. Historical romance fans will be delighted by Bradley’s clever combination of mystery and romance.” —Publishers Weekly