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Lyon's Bride: The Chattan Curse (Mass Market Paperback)
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"When a Chattan male falls in love, strike his heart with fire from above..."
They call him Lord Lyon, proud, determined and cursed. He is in need of a bride, but if he falls in love, he dies. His fervent hope is that by marrying and having a sonwithout love, perhaps he can break the curse's chains forever.
Enter beautiful Thea Martina duke's headstrong, errant daughter and society's most brilliant matchmaker. Years ago, she and Lyon were inseparable, until he disappeared from her life without a word. Now she is charged with finding Lyon's bridea woman he cannot love for a man Thea could love too well.
About the Author
Cathy Maxwell spends hours in front of her computer pondering the question, "Why do people fall in love?" It remains for her the great mystery of life and the secret to happiness.
She lives in beautiful Virginia with her children, horses, dogs, and cats.
Praise for Lyon's Bride: The Chattan Curse…
“His Christmas Pleasure may become one of my favorite [marriage of conveniece] stories”
-Lindlee, Smart Bitches Trashy Books
For a fun, well-written novel with a unique plot and endearing lead players, A SEDUCTION AT CHRISTMAS shouldn’t be missed.
-Romance Reviews Today
“... spirited and tender...a joyride that careens from adventure to adventure...”
“The first of the Chattan Curse series explores the power of love and second chances with deft prose and strong emotions. A consummate storyteller, Maxwell creates living, breathing characters who fight for love, freedom and independence with a passion modern readers can understand.”
-RT Book Reviews--4 stars