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Only a Kiss (A Survivors' Club Novel #6) (Mass Market)
The Survivors’ Club: Six men and one woman, injured in the Napoleonic Wars, their friendships forged in steel and loyalty. But for one, her trials are not over....
Since witnessing the death of her husband during the wars, Imogen, Lady Barclay, has secluded herself in the confines of Hardford Hall, their home in Cornwall. The new owner has failed to take up his inheritance, and Imogen desperately hopes he will never come to disturb her fragile peace.
Percival Hayes, Earl of Hardford, has no interest in the wilds of Cornwall, but when he impulsively decides to pay a visit to his estate there, he is shocked to discover that it is not the ruined heap he had expected. He is equally shocked to find the beautiful widow of his predecessor’s son living there.
Soon Imogen awakens in Percy a passion he has never thought himself capable of feeling. But can he save her from her misery and reawaken her soul? And what will it mean for him if he succeeds?
About the Author
Mary Balogh grew up in Wales and now lives with her husband, Robert, in Saskatchewan, Canada. She has written more than one hundred historical novels and novellas, more than thirty of which have been New York Times bestsellers. They include the Bedwyn saga, the Simply quartet, the Hustable quintet, the seven-part Survivors' Club series and the Westcott series.
Praise for Mary Balogh
“Once you start a Mary Balogh book, you won’t be able to stop reading.”—Susan Elizabeth Phillips, New York Times Bestselling Author of Heroes are My Weakness
“Mary Balogh sets the gold standard in historical romance.”—Jayne Ann Krentz, New York Times Bestselling Author of River Road
“One of the best!”—Julia Quinn, New York Times Bestselling Author of The Secrets of Sir Richard Kenworthy
“A romance writer of mesmerizing intensity.”— Mary Jo Putney, New York Times Bestselling Author of Not Quite a Wife
“Mary Balogh just keeps getting better and better…interesting characters and great stories to tell...well worth your time.”—The Atlanta Journal-Constitution