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Beautiful Rosalie de Barante knew the danger of being a dancer on the London stage. The bright blades of the ton came to the theater seeking not art but amour. Thus when Gervase Marchant, the Duke of Solway, showed interest in her, Rosalie had no illusions about his intentions. As high born as he was handsome, he would never stoop to wed a dancer -- but he would use every enticement to bend her to his will. Rosalie had seen her French mother become a victim of lawless love. She had vowed to her English father to keep her virtue intact. But when Gervase took her in his arms . . .
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