2010 EPPIE AWARD Finalist for Best Historical Romance! It is a simple trick-Elizabeth Mary will take the place of her older sister Mary Elizabeth. She will marry the Lord Edward Hinchcliffe, pretending to be Mary. He will never discover the plot...Mary can then do what she promises, enter a Convent. Only, the best laid plans often go astray and Elizabeth Mary finds the deception leads her into terrible danger. The Lord Hinchcliffe is no fool and he is a stern taskmaster who prides honesty above all virtues.
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