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by Sabrina Jeffries

Genre: Historical Romance
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: 1822 Scotland

2007 Scotland-Set Historical Romance Award Winner

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effries continues her School for Heiresses series with an irresistible highwayman and a fiercely independent lady who find that love is sweeter than revenge. The author's skill for creating larger-than-life characters, sprightly dialogue and a steamy romance (with tie-him-up love scenes) will draw you into this delicious captive/captor tale.

At a masked ball Lady Venetia Campbell is caught off guard by a masked man's kiss. She has no idea
that he is her childhood friend and her father's feared enemy, Lachlan Ross,
aka the highwayman known as the Scottish Scourge. Her father's henchman left him for dead, and he's intent on using Venetia as his revenge and part of his fight for Scotland's freedom.

Lachlan never counts on her lush lips and enchanting curves. He may hope to keep her at arm's length, but it's impossible for them to ignore their raging passion. Sex is no longer a weapon Lachlan can use as his desire for Venetia grows, and she uses her love for him to bring peace to Lachlan's wounded soul and help uncover her father's darkest secret. (Pocket, Jun., 364 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Pocket

Published: June 2007

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