The Wolfe's Mate

The Wolfe s Mate Unbeknownst to Miss Susanna Beverly her stepfather had cheated her out of her rightful inheritance Thus she was forced to become the companion of Miss Amelia Western who was betrothed to Viscount Da

  • Title: The Wolfe's Mate
  • Author: Paula Marshall
  • ISBN: 9780373511358
  • Page: 376
  • Format: Paperback
  • Unbeknownst to Miss Susanna Beverly, her stepfather had cheated her out of her rightful inheritance Thus she was forced to become the companion of Miss Amelia Western, who was betrothed to Viscount Darlington Who would have guessed she d be mistaken for Amelia and kidnapped by Mr Ben Wolfe s henchmen Ben s intentions were honorable He did at least intend to marry AmelUnbeknownst to Miss Susanna Beverly, her stepfather had cheated her out of her rightful inheritance Thus she was forced to become the companion of Miss Amelia Western, who was betrothed to Viscount Darlington Who would have guessed she d be mistaken for Amelia and kidnapped by Mr Ben Wolfe s henchmen Ben s intentions were honorable He did at least intend to marry Amelia But his real aim was revenge upon Darlington s family Kidnapping the wrong woman upset all his plans, but as Ben got to know the forthright Susanna, he couldn t really admit to being sorry.

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    About “Paula Marshall”

    1. Paula Marshall

      Paula was born in Leicester and grew up in Nottingham After finishing school, she was employed as a research librarian, and studied for her library examinations after work Paula has three children, and when the third started school, she returned to work, beginning a new career as a part time lecturer in English and general studies After four years of teaching, it became necessary for her to gain a degree, and Paula did just that She enrolled in the open university and spent the next four years earning a first class honors BA in history.

    893 thoughts on “The Wolfe's Mate”

    1. I read this book years ago and recently came across it again. I wasn't sure if I would enjoy it as much as an adult as I had as a teenager, but I did. the heroine and hero are rather unique, and I adored them!



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