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On the run from a loathsome proposal, a woman receives a surprising offer that might just lead her to true love . . .

Nell Bradbourne’s life is turned upside down when she loses her estate to her cousin, Jarvis. When he pursues her hand in marriage, too, Nell flees to Bath. It’s not long before she encounters the dashing and mischievous Brandon Manningford, whose ailing father - a cold and distant man - has just burdened him with a wholly unexpected task. Brandon and Nell both have something to gain by entering into an alliance - but what will happen when their feelings for each other threaten to upset their tenuous partnership? The Bath Eccentric’s Son is the final book of the Bath Trilogy, which also includes The Bath Quadrille and The Bath Charade.

©1992 Lynne Scott-Drennan (P)2013 Audible Inc.

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