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Earl and the Heiress, The
by: Barbara Metzger

Avon Books, December 1982

Noelle Armstrong's father had been a delightful rake in his day, but when he died his only legacy was a mountain of debts and a houseful of puppies -- the offspring of the exotic dog the viscount had brought home to his wife during his days with the Foreign Office.

Happily, when Noelle inherited her aunt's townhouse and a bit of money, a London debut was once again a possibility. What better way to attract the attention of the ton than by creating a new rage for delightful little Maltese dogs? Noelle's puppy ad in the London Gazette brings quick response . . . from one of London's most eligible bachelors, the Earl of Wrenthe. And amid a flurry of white fur, spirited sparring and secret capers, the lovely young Noelle quickly wins her entrée to Almacks and to the heart of the Earl as well!

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Publisher:
Avon Books
Publish Date:
December 1982
Time Period:
Regency: Comedy- Caper- Farce
Hero:
Justin
Earl of Wrenthe
Heroine:
Noelle Armstrong
 
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