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The Baron’s Halo (The Welwyn Marriage Wager Book 2)

If love’s a game, he’s playing to win.

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If love’s a game, he’s playing to win.

For reasons of her own, Isabelle Devereaux isn’t looking for a husband. Yet thanks to her mother here she is, in the middle of the social whirl of the Little Season. Thinking to refuse any gentleman who offers for her, Isabelle endures the lavish entertainments, saddened that she’ll remain a spinster.

Enter Baron MacKay, Sandy to his friends, in search of a wife to win a family wager. Dazzled by Isabelle’s beauty, he’s drawn to the vulnerable young lady. From the moment they meet, he charms her with his kind and generous nature until, against her will, Isabelle falls in love with him. Even though she knows marriage to him may end in disaster, she can’t resist his kisses…or where they lead.

Desperate to marry Sandy, Isabelle puts her misgivings aside, but circumstances spiral out of control as their wedding approaches. Isabelle must confront the demons that haunt her and make an agonizing decision: can she marry Sandy without telling him the one impediment that may shatter their happiness forever?

Note: This series is part of Dragonblade’s Flame line, so this is a sexy, steamy, and scorching-hot read with multiple sex scenes.

The Welwyn Marriage Wager
Until I’m Safe in Your Arms
The Baron’s Halo
The Siren Next Door
No Rival for Your Love
Gem of My Heart
The Captain Takes a Wife

Publisher’s Note: This story carries elements of sexual abuse, briefly and off-page. If the reader is sensitive to such plot elements, please be aware before purchasing or reading this novel. Thank you.

Series: The Welwyn Marriage Wager, Book 2
Genre: Regency Romance
Tag: Dragonblade Flame
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