Oppressed and downtrodden on by her aunt and uncle, the Duke and Duchess of Bruntwick, who despise her because her father died in debt and her mother was French, Rocana Brunt yearns to escape the confines of Bruntwick Castle. When her dear cousin Lady Caroline is ordered against her will to marry the imperious Marquis of Quorn, simply to extricate him from a potential scandal over one of his many liaisons, Rocana agrees to take her cousin’s place at the altar so Lady Caroline can elope with her beloved Patrick. Her deceit is not revealed until long after the wedding, when she and the Marquis reach Paris and her cousin and Patrick are safely wed.
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- Editorial: BARBARA CARTLAND
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