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The Wrong Heiress for Christmas

Matchmaking for Wallflowers Series, Book 6
Narrated by: Angela Dawe
Length: 5 hrs and 2 mins
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Lord Frederick Bowen, Duke of Salisbury, is expecting an heiress for Christmas. The fact does not bring him pleasure. Ever since the war ended, he would rather focus on experiments for his new waterproof material.  

Celia might be the daughter of an earl, but she's of the illegitimate variety. She has resigned herself to life as a maid for the wicked countess and her two half-sisters.  

When Celia's half-sister begs her to pretend to be her, Celia is thrust into a fairy tale. Everyone knows though that fairy tales never come true....

Contains mature themes.

©2017 Bianca Blythe (P)2018 Tantor

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Lovely Romance

This is my first book by Bianca Blythe and I am now a fan. I bought it because I always enjoy books read by Angela Dawe, particularly historical romances.


This lovely story captures your imagination with the right balance of villains, heroes, betrayal, forgiveness, and romance. The handsome Duke of Salisbury is an obsessive, yet brilliant inventor who is not satisfied being a wealthy member of the ton. He is viewed as a kook by most of his peers who fail to understand the genius of his projects. He is also being targeted by Lady Fitzroy, an ambitious and scheming mother who wants him to marry her daughter, Theodosia, who is in love with another. The mother sends her daughter to the duke’s castle to attend a Christmas ball, accompanied by her maid, Celia, who is Theodosia’s untitled half-sister. The two sisters have the same father, though Celia was born out of wedlock. When the two beautiful half-sisters arrive at the duke’s residence, Theodosia talks a reluctant Celia into pretending to be her. Theodosia uses this opportunity to run away for a liaison with the French viscount whom she loves. The duke falls in love with Celia and wants to marry her, thinking she is the titled Theodosia. You must read this fascinating story to discover what happens! It is worth the credit.

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