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A Regency Captain's Prize [BOOKS] ⚦ A Regency Captain's Prize By Margaret McPhee – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk The Captain’s Forbidden Miss Captain Pierre Dammartin is a man of honour but his captive Josephine Mallington is the daughter of his sworn enemyand his temptation She is the one woman he should hate The Captain’s Forbidden Miss Captain Pierre Dammartin is a man of honour but his captive Josephine Mallington is the daughter of his sworn enemyand his temptation She is the one woman he should hate yet her innocence brings hope to his battle weary heart Josephine senses that the hard faced Captain both despises and desires her Although she should fear him her growing passion will not be ignored But as the Peninsular War rages on can the strength of their love conuer all that divides them His Mask of RetributionBeautiful Marianne Winslow has had her share of suitors A Regency eBook Õ and her share of scandal Three engagements no wedding And the ton is beginning to talk Smoldering Rafe Knight has lived the past fifteen years of his life with one goal avenging the death of his parents His final target The Earl of Misbourne The perfect bartering tool The Earl's daughter Marianne Held at gunpoint on Hounslow Heath Marianne is taken captive by a mysterious masked highwayman Her father must pay the price but Marianne finds than vengeance in the highwayman's warm amber eyes.


About the Author: Margaret McPhee

There is than one author with this nameMargaret McPhee lives on the West Coast of Scotland with her husband and her pet rabbit called Gwinnie who at eight years of age is a grand old lady of the rabbit world Margaret trained as a scientist but was always a romantic at heart She met her husband uite literally between science labs on a staircase which was an advantageous first meeting p.



1 thoughts on “A Regency Captain's Prize

  1. shewolf shewolf says:

    A book with two novels in it The first novel was excellent and really held my attention The second novel not uite so enthralling but still a good read I would recommend this book


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