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The story begins with Annie, a young woman on the run from her abusive husband, moving into an RV at a trailer park, far away from her former home in Oklahoma. As she is beginning to settle in to her new home, the ring of a cellphone draws her attention. On impulse, she answers and begins talking with a man who wants her to keep an eye on another trailer park resident. Naturally she is leery at first of this strange request. But something keeps her engaged with the stranger on the other end of the line and she finds herself agreeing to watch her elderly neighbor for the man with the arresting voice.


In her companion novel to last year’s A Debt Paid in Marriage, Georgie Lee picks up the story of Justin Connor, whom we met in the earlier book as an employee and friend of its hero, Philip Rathbone. Like that book, A Too Convenient Marriage is set largely away from the world of the ton and the aristocracy, featuring characters from the merchant class who are working hard to make their own way in the world.


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