The Worthington wife
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442 pages ; 21 cm
"Lady Julia Hazelton is the most dazzling among 1920s England's bright young things. But rather than choosing the thrill of wanton adventure like so many of her contemporaries, Julia shocks society with her bold business aspirations. Determined to usher the cursed Worthington estate into a prosperous, modern new era, and thus preserve her beloved late fiance's legacy, the willful Julia tackles her wildest, most unexpected adventure in Cal Carstairs, the reluctant new Earl of Worthington. The unconventional American artist threatens everything Julia seeks to protect while stirring desires she thought had died in the war. For reasons of his own, Cal has designed the ultimate revenge. Rather than see the estate prosper, he intends to destroy it. But their impulsive marriage--one that secures Julia's plans as well as Cal's secrets--proves that passion is ambition's greatest rival. Unless Cal ends his quest to satisfy his darkest vendetta, he stands to ruin his Worthington wife and all her glittering dreams"--P.  of cover.
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Page, S. (2016). The Worthington wife . HQN Books.Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)
Page, Sharon. 2016. The Worthington Wife. Don Mills, ON: HQN Books.Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide)
Page, Sharon. The Worthington Wife Don Mills, ON: HQN Books, 2016.MLA Citation (style guide)
Page, Sharon. The Worthington Wife HQN Books, 2016.
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