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THE BEAUTIFUL STRANGER
by Julia London

Genre: Historical Romance
Setting: Regency England and Scotland

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In the continuing saga of The Rogues of Regent Street, Lord Arthur Christians friends goad him into traveling to Scotland to clear their friend Philips name and escape the darkness of his guilt. He hopes to find peace, but instead finds quite the opposite.

Forced to leave her home because of her deceased husbands debts, Kerry McKinnon turns to her neighbor for help. Instead she finds herself accused of murder and on the run. She is stranded on the roadside when she accidentally shoots Arthur. He is the most handsome man she has ever seen, but she has no idea that he is responsible for her eviction or that he is the man she will come to love with all her soul. Yet, misunderstandings and the cruelty of the ton send Kitty back to the hangmans noose. Will Arthur be a true hero and come to rescue the woman he loves or will he be too late?

Looking for a quick-paced, fast read that holds your attention? Look no further than talented Julia Londons latest well-crafted tale. Not only is this a non-stop story, but the carefully created characters and their struggle with the demons of the past add emotional depth. Julia London once again brings Regency England to life in a new and different way. SENSUAL (Jul., 380 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Bantam

Published: July 2001

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