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Scivally
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Help finding a romance novel!

There are so many paperback romance novels around that I don't pay enough attention to the titles and authors; but I remember the stories of the ones I like. And at the moment there is a romance novel that I have read before but can't remember the title or author of but I remember the story went that a woman who was the daughter of a washed up knight was arranged to be married to a merchant or some kind (I think he dealed in fabrics). She married below her due station but lived much better in her new husbands house due to the fact that hear father was reckless and lacking in funds. I know there was some kind of reason for her to need to marry him and that he was involved in some sort of secret. I also remember that the woman had long red/auburn hair and that he lusted for her but she stayed upset with her position as his wife for most of the book.

If someone could help me find this book I would be very grateful. Thanks so much.