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by Katherine O'Neal

Genre: Historical Romance
Sensuality: SCORCHER
Setting: 1889 Paris

2007 Sensual Historical Romance Nominee

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O'Neal's heated romance plays out against the backdrop of the Paris and the Impressionist art movement as a woman strives to break through into the male-dominated art world. O'Neal can write an intense, intelligent story brimming with sensuality, yet it loses none of its emotional or thought-provoking intensity. Readers who enjoy mental and physical titillation know this author serves it up in style.

Distraught by the art
world's refusal to consider her a
serious painter, Mason Caldwell comes
up with a plan to fake her death.

Once she's "martyred," her paintings become priceless. Then she prepares to claim the rewards and accolades by posing as her sister, "Amy." Art connoisseur Richard Garrett is fascinated by Mason's paintings -- and Amy. He suspects there's something going on, and the two begin a cat-and-mouse game that leads to a passionate liaison and a dangerous world. (Brava, Feb., 345 pp., $14.00)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Brava

Published: February 2007

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