His Heart's Delight

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In this sweet Regency set romance, Morgan Braedon is not the slightest bit interested in marriage though his family thinks it’s essential. Christiana Lambert is not the slightest bit interested in marriage to anyone but her childhood sweetheart who is fighting abroad. But when the two meet and plan a sham courtship to fool his family and guarantee her an escort, love takes them by surprise. More
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About Mary Blayney

Mary Blayney’s first writing effort, at age 14, was a script for her favorite TV show. She has written ever since but did not discover until she was a “grownup” that people would correct your mistakes and then pay you for what you wrote.

In the years since she has written more than twenty novels. Her first were for contemporaries for Silhouette, including FATHER CHRISTMAS which is now available as an ebook.

The rest of her books are Regency set romances, including four novels and one novella in the Braedon Series (originally published by Kensington), five titles in the Pennistan Family Saga (published by Bantam) and eight novellas in anthologies that features a magic coin. Mary also published an original novella “Playing for Keeps” in the anthology ONCE AND FOREVER.

Mary believes that life is best lived with joy, love and a generous heart and it is those ideas she most wants to share with her readers.

Please visit Mary on her website at www.MaryBlayney.com and connect with her on Facebook at www.facebook.com/AuthorMaryBlayney.

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Reviews of His Heart's Delight by Mary Blayney

nanetteraebrumfield reviewed on March 2, 2015

awesome book!! cant wait to read more of yr work!!
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Tj McKinnon reviewed on Nov. 14, 2014

I loved this book! It was very well written and had great descriptions. Although I had a problem with the ending because it was kind of a "maybe" ending, you know the kind which says they like each other but they're still not sure about marriage and it didn't really conclude the story.
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