Lyon’s Bride: The Chattan Curse

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What is you were obliged to marry to carry on your family name, but cursed to die if you fell in love with your bride? To Regency society, the reclusive Neal Chattan, Lord Lyon, appears to be the ideal bridegroom. He’s handsome, wealthy, and honorable. He is also cursed: he must marry for convenience – not because he wants to, but because any love between him and his bride is fatal for him. So says the legend of the witch who cursed his ancestor over a century before. Thea Martin, an impoverished, widowed mother of two small boys, needs a fresh start in London. The mistake of marrying beneath her raised eyebrows of the ton and earned her banishment from her family. Now Thea, a duke’s daughter, earns a living by turning her skills to the business of matchmaking. Enter Lord Lyon, a childhood friend looking for a bride. Can Thea overcome her attraction to Lyon and find him a bride? Can Lyon settle for a loveless marriage? Will their feelings rekindle? And what of the dreaded curse? Read Lyon’s Bride and discover the answers. Recommended.

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