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TO CATCH A BRIDE
by Anne Gracie

Genre: Historical Romance
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: 1817, Egypt and England

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The Devil Riders ride again in Gracie's latest adventure romance. Swiftly moving from the teeming, exotic city of Cairo to the staid estates of England, Gracie's appealing and unconventional characters and lively plot will captivate readers.

Escaping an unwanted
marriage, Rafe Ramsey travels to
Egypt in search of Alicia Cleeves, a missing heiress. Instead of a lovely Englishwoman he find a streetwise urchin whose disguise as a boy has kept her safe.

For six years Ayisha has lived on
the streets, finding shelter with a kind woman and her adopted son. She has no desire to leave and go to a strange land and a family she does not know. But Rafe promises to help her Egyptian family. He finds Ayisha fascinating,
but Ayisha will never think of herself as Alicia and she will never surrender to Rafe. Eventually, however, his kisses and sweet caresses wear away her defenses. Once in England she faces new difficulties and, as secrets from
her past emerge, Rafe must choose between his upbringing and his passion. (BERKLEY SENSATION, Sep., 320 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: BERKLEY SENSATION

Published: September 2009

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