The Perfect Stranger (Merridew Series) by Anne Gracie

By Anne Gracie

Religion Merridew and a hardened soldier marry in haste-and for comfort. They vow to like, honor, cherish-and then get to understand one another.

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Convince her? Nicholas caught himself up on the thought. Why would he want to convince her? She was nothing to him. At least she ought to be. And yet… he did want her to marry him. It was the only way he could think of to protect her from her folly. He could not continue his journey knowing he'd done nothing to ease her lot. It would rest his mind considerably to know she was safe and well provided for at Blacklock. "Almost all my mother has talked about for the last few months is my wedding. Instead, I left England, unmarried.

Who was he, truly, this Nicholas Blacklock? She knew nothing about him except that he rescued fallen women without a thought, then proposed marriage to them in a manner so disinterested as to be extremely irritating. "It will be a ceremony, that is all. " She shook her head. "I… I'm sorry. " Her jaw dropped. "What is there to think about? Only everything! I've almost destroyed my life by trusting one man—and I thought I knew him" "I am a man of my word and was an officer in Wellington's army. You may trust me.

In Paris. " "Ah, the church of Ste. Marie-Madeleine. " She answered with composure, "Which priest do you mean? The false one who married me—he called himself Father Jean—or the real one who was bribed to allow it to happen? " She gave him a look that said she had no opinion of French priests, real or false. The priest nodded affably. "Ah, oui, Pere Germaine of the church of Ste. Marie-Madeleine, I know him. " Faith said bluntly. "The Pere Germaine I met was tall, thin, stooped, and with a large red nose.

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