By Georgette Heyer
Devil's Cub is considered one of Georgette Heyer's most renowned and remarkable novels, that includes a speeding and wild younger nobleman and the lightly bred younger woman in whom he ultimately meets his match?
Like father, like son?
Dominic Alistair, Marquis of Vidal and fiery son of the infamous Duke of Avon, has tested a rakish recognition that competitors his father's, residing a lifetime of extra and indulgence. Banished to the Continent after wounding his opponent in a duel, Vidal schemes to abduct the foolish aristocrat bent on seducing him into marriage and make her his mistress as a substitute. In his rush, notwithstanding, he turns out to have taken the incorrect woman?
A younger woman of exceptional fortitude?
Determined to avoid wasting her sister from destroy, virtuous Mary Challoner intercepts the Marquis's advances and throws herself into his direction, hoping Vidal will unlock her upon understanding his errors. yet because the develop into irrevocably entangled, Mary's popularity and destiny lie within the fingers of a devilish rake, who unearths her extra attention-grabbing each day?
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