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The Viscount's Bride

Wilma Counts

ISBN 0821770446
Publish Date 7/1/2003
Format Paperback
Categories Zebra
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He Was A Formidable Adversary...

A devoted champion for the less fortunate, Hannah Whitmore passionately pursues improvement of the dangerous working conditions in the textile mills—especially for the children. She is stunned, then outraged, when a handsome new laborer turns out to be a gentleman in disguise, an heir to a local mill testing the mood of the workers. Yet their heated debates cannot conceal the fierce attraction they share...

…But Love Always Finds A Way


Theo Ruskin, Viscount Amesbury, is caught in the middle of a dangerous controversy— accused of sedition by his peers and threatened by agitators for reform. Struck by Hannah’s fiery courage and certain she is treading dangerous waters, he becomes her champion—a move that finds them both with enemies who plot their ruin. Forced into a compromising position, they must marry. And though each yearns to speak words of love, they have yet to realize that adversaries need not be enemies...especially in affairs of the heart.

About Wilma Counts:

Before moving to Nevada in 1994, Wilma Counts taught high school English and social studies in Germany to dependents of American forces stationed there. She loved the kids, but hated meaningless paperwork. She especially enjoyed her work with Advance Placement English, Model United Nations, and student exchanges with a Russian school.

Wilma grew up in Oregon, a product of the Leave It To Beaver era. She holds degrees in education and international relations. Having traveled widely, she is keenly interested in politics and international relations. She freely admits to being a C-SPAN junkie.

A member of the Romance Writers of America, she has written two Regency novels and a novella for Zebra. Willed to Wed is slated for publication in September, '99, and My Lady Governess in February, '00. Her current projects include another Regency and a novel set in the American West. She contributes a regular column on grammar and usage to the local RWA newsletter. Besides her interest in travel and writing, Wilma is an avid reader and she loves to cook, garden, and gamble—not necessarily in that order.

Photo Credit: Doug Deacy


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