The Truth About Lord Stoneville

The Truth About Lord Stoneville

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Baker & Taylor
When his grandmother threatens to disinherit him if he does not marry, Oliver Sharpe, the Marquess of Stoneville, convinces American beauty Maria Butterfield to pose as his fiancâee and finds his masquerade becoming all too real.

Publisher: New York : Pocket Books, c2010
ISBN: 9781501108259
Branch Call Number: PB FIC JEF
Characteristics: 392 p. ;,18 cm.


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Apr 02, 2016

Good book

CMLibrary_sdeason Feb 03, 2016

Sabrina Jeffries delivers two complex characters who learn relationships are never easy, and changing is even harder. With a fast paced plot and several surprises, Jeffries has the reader hooked with the first book in series "Hellions of Halstead Hall."

Jul 25, 2015

Enjoyable series-opening Regency--liked the family dynamics between the hero and his four siblings (who are the stars of the other four books in the series) and his relationship with the spunky (American!) heroine enough to make up for my complaints that the hero's tortured backstory dragged out for a biiiiiiiit too long, making his turnaround feel a bit abrupt. Otherwise a solid Regency romance.


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Aug 08, 2011

Oliver Sharpe is the handsome Marquess of Stoneville. He has a reputation as rogue and a downright scoundrel. However he hides a secret. He believes that he is responsible for his parents' demise, which has led him to lead a life of debauchery and scandal. Tired of hearing about the notoriety of the Sharpe siblings, Oliver's grandmother has decided to cut their inheritances if they do not mend their ways and get married. Faced with this obstacle, Oliver decides to enlist Miss Maria Butterfield as his fake fiance, while helping her search for her real fiance. However, there is one small problem: Oliver is falling in love with her!

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