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    Emily Johnson
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    Robert Hale (November 30, 2007)
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    224 pages
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    Genre Fiction
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Regency Romance by Emily Hendrickson; originally published by Signet. Books related to The Contrary Corinthian.

by Emily Hendrickson (Author). This is one of those books where the author had one idea and her characters another. Lord Clark and Phoebe should have made a match. Lord Valentine can rot in perdition. I honestly didn't care for the Hero and this book was not one of Ms Hendrickson's better works in general. by Emily Hendrickson. Published January 1, 1995 by Signet. Miss Phoebe Thorpe had no idea why she had stirred the wrath of Valentine, Lord Latham, but she most certainly had. Now this devastatingly handsome and supremely well-connected gentleman was out to wreak vengeance on her with all the immense weapons he had at his command. First Latham did his worst to sully the good name of this unspoiled young lady in the best circles of society.

The Contrary Coninthian - Emily Hendrickson. After all, every fellow met his fate sooner or later. As a noted Corinthian-one of those men of great style and ton-he had a certain standard to uphold. Val resolved to survey the latest crop of marriageable misses at Almack’s with a less jaundiced eye, with a view to finding a young woman to gracefully fill the position of Lady Latham. While he had no elevated peerage, many women would not look amiss at the title of baron, particularly when it came with abundant funds.

1 Corinthians 13 is the thirteenth chapter of the First Epistle to the Corinthians in the New Testament of the Christian Bible. It is authored by Paul the Apostle and Sosthenes in Ephesus. This chapter covers the subject of Love. In the original Greek, the word ἀγάπη agape is used throughout. This is translated into English as "charity" in the King James version; but the word "love" is preferred by most other translations, both earlier and more recent.

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Lord Valentine Lathan has found a mystery involving the lovely Phoebe Thorpe and a set of twins, twins he knew nothing about—but who resembled him! And he has never met Miss Thorpe! Angered beyond belief, the handsome and extremely well-connected Lord Lathan sets out to wreak vengeance upon her with all the weapons at his command. He first does his worst to cast a shadow on her good name in the top levels of society, and then attempts to force her to choose a husband from the most impossible of suitors. But Phoebe soon finds that she has roused more than the anger of this infuriatingly irresistible gentleman; she had set aflame his desires as well.