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'Lady Mary has been waiting years for this opportunity. Now that her sister has thrown off her spinster ways and become betrothed, it′s finally Mary′s chance for true love. She knows exactly who she wants – and it′s not someone as wild, unmanageable, and sinfully seductive as Ryder Cavanaugh.

Ryder Cavanaugh, Marquess of Raventhorne, had never met a woman who wouldn′t happily fall at his feet – or into his bed ... until Lady Mary Cynster. But Ryder has made some decisions about his life and he′ll only succeed at being the man he wants to be with Mary by his side. And convincing her of that fact is just the kind of challenge he thrills at. ' (Publisher's blurb)


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    • Sydney, New South Wales,: HarperCollins , 2013 .
      Extent: 384p.
      • Published: 25 June 2013
      ISBN: 0730496732, 9780730496731
      Series: y The Cynster Novels The Bar Cynster Stephanie Laurens , Sydney : Avon Books , 1998- Z1882973 1998 series - author novel romance historical fiction adventure

      'The first six Cynster books deal with the stories of the six cousins known to the ton as the Bar Cynster. Subsequent books deal with other members of the Cynster family, extended family, and close friends.

      'The contrast of gracious and elegant manners forming a wafer-thin facade over strong and dominant male emotions such as possessiveness and protectiveness is a constant throughout all the Cynster books. The affinity of such warrior males for strong willed women and the ability of their chosen ladies to exact complete and unswerving commitment to themselves, to marriage, and to family, forms the central tenet of the series.

      'All the Cynster novels are 'Regency-Era Historicals', or Historicals set in the Regency.'

      Source: Stephanie Laurens's website, http://www.stephanielaurens.com/
      Sighted: 28/08/2012

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