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HUNDREDS OF YEARS TO REFORM A RAKE by LAURIE BROWN

Summary

A modern career woman thrust back in time into the glittering Regency period and the arms of an unscrupulous rake.

Josephine Drummond is a professional paranormal researcher (aka, a ghostbuster) hired to prove that the ghost of Lord Deverell Thornton, the very handsome Earl and a notorious rake in his time, haunts the crumbling Waite Castle. But the ghost drags Josephine back to the Regency period to help him try to prevent the swindle that impoverished the Earl and threatens to turn his castle into a most undignified modern-day tourist attraction.

Josephine has to contend with being a modern career woman trying to navigate the complex social scene of the Regency period, make sure no one discovers her real identity and unmask a charlatan. But all of these are easier than resisting her undeniable attraction to the Earl, who is clearly determined to sweep her off her feet.

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Hundreds of Years to Reform a Rake
by Laurie Brown

Sourcebooks Trade
September 1, 2007
Available: September 1, 2007
ISBN #1402210132
EAN #9781402210136
336 pages
Paperback
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