This earl of mine. #1 / Kate Bateman.
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- ISBN: 9781250305954
- ISBN: 1250305950
- Physical Description: 325 pages ; 18 cm.
- Edition: St. Martin's paperbacks edition.
- Publisher: New York, NY : St. Martin's Paperbacks, 
- Copyright: ©2019
"First in a new series"--Cover.
"Introducing the Bow Street Bachelors--men who work undercover for London's first official police force--and the women they serve to protect ... and wed?"--Back cover.
"Shipping heiress Georgiana Caversteed is done with men who covet her purse more than her person. Even worse than the ton's lecherous fortune hunters, however, is the cruel cousin determined to force Georgie into marriage. If only she could find a way to be . . . widowed? Georgie hatches a madcap scheme to wed a condemned criminal before he's set to be executed. All she has to do is find an eligible bachelor in prison to marry her, and she'll be free. What could possibly go wrong? Benedict William Henry Wylde, scapegrace second son of the late Earl of Morcott and well-known rake, is in Newgate prison undercover, working for Bow Street. Georgie doesn't realize who he is when she marries him--and she most certainly never expects to bump into her very-much-alive, and very handsome, husband of convenience at a society gathering weeks later. Soon Wylde finds himself courting his own wife, hoping to win her heart since he already has her hand. But how can this seductive rogue convince brazen, beautiful Georgie that he wants to be together...until actual death do they part?"--Provided by publisher.
Kate Bateman, (also writing as K. C. Bateman), is the #1 bestselling author of historical romances, including her RITAÂ® nominated Renaissance romp, The Devil To Pay, and the novels in the Secrets & Spies series To Steal a Heart, A Ravenâs Heart, and A Counterfeit Heart. When not writing novels that feature feisty, intelligent heroines and sexy, snarky heroes you want to both strangle and kiss, Kate works as a fine art appraiser and on-screen antiques expert for several popular TV shows in the UK. She splits her time between Illinois and her native England. Follow her on Twitter to learn more.
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