In the Barrister's Chambers

In the Barrister's Chambers

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Lady Evelyn Darlington's first love was the law. But her fiancé, whom she has chosen to provide intelligent conversation and not to annoy her, has a murder hanging over his head. So Lady Evelyn goes to Jack Harding, London's top barrister and the object of her unattained childhood fantasies. Will proving her fiancé's innocence cost Evelyn her own?
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Kensington Pub. Corp., c2011
ISBN: 9781420122749
1420122746
Branch Call Number: ROMANCE GABRIEL TINA
Characteristics: 345 p. ; 18 cm

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Jan 25, 2013

In The Barrister's Chambers -
Book I, Regency Barrister Series

One temptation that can't be overruled...

COURTING DANGER

Lady Evelyn Darlington's first love was the law. But since a woman scholar meets nothing but ridicule from men, she has given up and chosen a future husband. Randolph seems adequate for the task: to provide intelligent conversation and not annoy her too much. Of course, before they can be engaged, she'll have to do something about the murder charge hanging over his head. If only London's top barrister wasn't Jack Harding, object of all her unattainable girlhood fantasies...

AND SEDUCING SCANDAL

Jack Harding remembers Evelyn well—but the idea that the gorgeous woman standing before him is little Evie, the professor's daughter, is incredible. He knows better than to enter a business relationship when he wants to pursue pleasure. Yet however desirable she is now, Evie is still Evie—stubborn, smart, and never willing to take no for an answer. Even though proving her betrothed's innocence might just cost her her own...

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