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Love's Charade
by: Rachel Cosgrove Payes

Playboy, January 1981

Book 1 - Seven Sisters series
Never Marry a Younger Son!
Since her father is a younger son who inherited neither title nor money, Merrie Lassiter fully understands her mother's instructions. So she prepares for a season in London with her sights set on at least an earl, if not a duke. And if people somehow mistake her for an heiress, that's not her fault. Meanwhile, handsome Beau Fallon has wrangled party invitations by letting people think he is a wealthy lord. Well, he is a lord, but naught else, because he is a younger son.

When Merrie and Beau meet during the endless rounds of parties, the sparks fly. But it's nothing compared to the explosion when the truth about them both is finally revealed!

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Series: Seven Sisters series
Love's Charade - Book 1
Love's Renegade - Book 2
Love's Promenade - Book 3
Love's Serenade - Book 4
Love's Escapade - Book 5

Love's Charade

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Publish Date:
January 1981
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Regency: Secrets- Deception- Hidden Past
Beau Fallon
Merrie Lassiter
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