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eBook Blackmail ePub

by Penny Jordan

  • ISBN: 0263100227
  • Subcategory: Love Story
  • Author: Penny Jordan
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Harlequin Mills & Boon (March 12, 1982)
  • Pages: 192
  • ePub book: 1535 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1973 kb
  • Other: txt lit mbr doc
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 550

Description

He proceeds to blackmail Lee after the woman leaves. Gilles Chauvigny blackmailed Lee into marriage for no other reason than that he wanted to get rid of his mistress, once and for all.

He proceeds to blackmail Lee after the woman leaves. Gilles has kept the letter that she had "written" all those years ago and threatens to reveal the contents to Lee's very proper fiancé, Drew, unless she agrees to marry him and stay with him for awhile. He tells her that they will part ways after a brief period of time and she can then return to her fiancé as though nothing has happened. Drew never needs to know. To Lee's relief, like all of Gilles' arrangements with women, would be strictly temporary. But after the wedding things began to change.

Well, it should be for Dracco to tell you this and not me, but let us just say that Dracco and I have a relationship which is very special-to both of u. Imogen could hardly take in what she was being told. She felt sick with a numbing disbelief that this could be happening on her wedding day; the day that should have been one of the happiest of her life, but which now, thanks to Lisa’s shocking revelations, was fast turning into one of the worst.

Guess that sexy, deep timbre in the accent makes So I saw the words Penny Jordan and Blackmail and immediately went no-brainer, I’m reading this. Then a few pages later, I saw that the Hero is French and almost DNFed. Sorry, but I can’t do French or Swiss Heroes.

This was the first romance book I ever read and I lost my copy soon after. I missed the book so much that I ran out and bought another copy.

Select Format: Paperback. Mass Market Paperback. This was the first romance book I ever read and I lost my copy soon after. I thought it was great. Recently Viewed and Featured. Carl Rice Embrey: A Retrospective.

Penny Jordan needs no introduction as arguably the most recognisable name writing for Mills & Boon

Penny Jordan needs no introduction as arguably the most recognisable name writing for Mills & Boon. When she's assigned to investigate the damage to her employer's oil rigs, she knows it's her chance.

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Comments

Mullador Mullador
I like this book, but I have to say the leading man in this story infuriated me with his attitude most of the book. With that said, it is a keeper and I will read it again. The female lead was believable and very sweet.
Utchanat Utchanat
Although I REALLY wanted to SLAP the hero in this story for his over aggressive attitude to the heroine, it was a pretty fair story.
Brightfury Brightfury
Fab - You will complete it in a day.
Dibei Dibei
Annabel- Lee, known as Lee, is an assistant to a wine buyer. She and her boss are on their way to another potential supplier in France. Once there she meets Gilles Frebourg, Comte de Chauvigny whom she had known years ago. When she was sixteen one of her friends had written the 25 year old Gilles a letter that was forged in Lee's hand and signed Lee's name to the letter. Gilles was not happy to be the recipient of such a vulgar letter and let Lee know this. She was heartbroken and embarrassed because she actually did have a very bad crush on him.

Gilles takes advantage of Lee's presence by telling a rather forward woman who has been his mistress that he and Lee are engaged to be married. He proceeds to blackmail Lee after the woman leaves. Gilles has kept the letter that she had "written" all those years ago and threatens to reveal the contents to Lee's very proper fiancé, Drew, unless she agrees to marry him and stay with him for awhile. He tells her that they will part ways after a brief period of time and she can then return to her fiancé as though nothing has happened. Drew never needs to know. Gilles does not want to marry the other woman, Louise, as she is rather free with her favors and he doesn't want to have a wife that is like that plus he wants some land that her father will sell to him. Lee feels trapped and so she agrees to his outrageous blackmail. Gilles believes she is not a virgin and treats her accordingly. He is very hateful and mean to her throughout their marriage. Not only does she have to deal with Gilles and his erroneous beliefs but she also has to deal with the housekeeper which was recommended by the ex-mistress, Louise, and Louise herself. When Gilles discovers that she is a virgin her is further incensed. However from that one time she finds herself pregnant and Gilles feels that she doesn't want the baby while she comes to realize she still loves a man who may not ever love her. When Lee realizes she still loves Gilles she breaks off her engagement to Drew. Louise is behind several more machinations that befall Lee and Gilles eyes are slowly opened to what is going on around him. Gilles ends up defending her honor and it makes up for a lot of the hurt that he had inflicted upon Lee over the course of their marriage.
Sarin Sarin
A temporary marriage?

Gilles Chauvigny blackmailed Lee into marriage for no other reason than that he wanted to get rid of his mistress, once and for all. To Lee's relief, like all of Gilles' arrangements with women, would be strictly temporary.

But after the wedding things began to change. Lee soon realized that she'd fallen head over heels in love with her husband. Did she have reason to hope that their temporary marriage could ever turn into a permanent one?
Yananoc Yananoc
This was the first romance book I ever read and I lost my copy soon after. I missed the book so much that I ran out and bought another copy. I thought it was great.