En busca de Cassandra
by Lisa Kleypas
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La sexta y última entrega de "Los Ravenel", la saga más exitosa de Lisa Kleypas.
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El magnate del ferrocarril Tom Severin es lo suficientemente rico y poderoso para satisfacer todos sus caprichos al instante, por lo que, en teoría, debería resultarle muy sencillo encontrar una esposa perfecta. Así pues, cuando conoce a la preciosa e inteligente Cassandra Ravenel, decide que tiene que ser ella#, pero ninguna Ravenel está dispuesta a casarse si no es por amor.
Cassandra nunca ha conocido a un hombre tan atractivo y persuasivo como el, pero el corazón de Severin es frío como el hielo, y a ella no le interesa verse inmersa en una vida vertiginosa con un hombre carente de escrúpulos y demasiado acostumbrado a salirse con la suya.
Cuando un inesperado enemigo amenaza con destrozar la reputación de Cassandra, Severin aprovecha la oportunidad para convertirla en su esposa. Sin embargo, conseguir su mano no significa conseguir su corazón. Severin pronto aprenderá una importante lección: nunca se debe subestimar a una Ravenel.

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“Was Don Quixote one of the books you read?”
“To my regret, yes.”
“You didn’t like it?”
Tom gave her a sardonic glance. “A story about a middle-aged lunatic who vandalizes private property? Hardly. Although I agree with Cervantes’ point that chivalry is no different from insanity.”
“That’s not at all what he was saying.” Cassandra regarded him ruefully. “I’m beginning to suspect you’ve missed the point of every novel you’ve read so far.”
“Most of them are pointless. Like the one about the French bread thief who violated his parole—”
Les Misérables?”
“Yes. It took Victor Hugo fourteen hundred pages to say, ‘Never let your daughter marry a radical French law student.’ Which everyone already knows.”
Her brows lifted. “Is that the lesson you took from the novel?”
“No, of course not,” he said promptly, reading her expression. “The lesson of Les Misérables is …” Tom paused cagily before taking his best guess. “… ‘It’s usually a mistake to forgive your enemies.’”
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“Was Don Quixote one of the books you read?”
“To my regret, yes.”
“You didn’t like it?”
Tom gave her a sardonic glance. “A story about a middle-aged lunatic who vandalizes private property? Hardly. Although I agree with Cervantes’ point that chivalry is no different from insanity.”
“That’s not
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