Wit & Intrigue by Angela Johnson
A marriage of convenience clean and wholesome romance
Debra Richardson finds the idea of marriage to be romantic and hopes to enter the institution one day. Eighteen is far too young, and she hasn’t had a chance to fall in love, let alone experience a London Season. Caught in a scandal, her only choices are to marry the man who accidentally ruined her reputation or spend her life in a cottage.
Alexander Evans, the Earl of Trenton, expected to marry his long-time friend, Margaret, until she refused his offer. Finding himself in the midst of scandal with a woman he’d met during a dreadful storm, Alex agrees to a marriage of convenience.
Unable to forget his admiration for Margaret, Alex unwittingly injures his wife’s feelings on their wedding day, resulting in her indifference. As they embark on a marriage of two people living in a house occupied by separate rooms, they discover wit and intrigue can both help and hinder their future.
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