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Judith McNaught
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Jordan Addison Hawthorne

Jordan is the hero of the novel; his official title in the story is Duke of Hawthorne. He is a jaded man that believes all women are conniving opportunists that don't care about anyone but themselves. He is taught at an early age that women only serve one purpose, which is to please men. Besides that, they are not allowed to think or do anything for themselves, which is why they are so bored and bad. His only example of a marriage was that of his parents, since he wasn't allowed to leave his estate too often as a boy, and they were constantly sleeping with other people and always unhappy. Jordan is a popular man among the ladies and only slept with the most beautiful women, who were often married. One day he gets attacked by two bandits, and is saved by Alexandra, who is...

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