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by Julia London

Genre: Historical Romance
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: Regency England

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The last Desperate Debutante finds true love in a lively, heartwarming story that has everything London is known for: humor and poignancy; family drama; and pure romance.

After they were left penniless, the Fairchild sisters used desperate measures to make ends meet. With her sisters married, Phoebe turns her attention to business. She's aware the ton frowns on trade, but as the mysterious Madame Dupree, she creates gowns these women covet.

As Dupree, Phoebe travels to the country estate of Will Darby, Viscount Summerfield, to outfit his sisters. His family makes Phoebe's position as a servant difficult, but it's her powerful attraction to Will that is her undoing. A game begins with seduction and ends with love, but their mutual passion intensifies the danger of Phoebe being exposed and disgraced. (Pocket Star, Nov., 384 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Pocket Star

Published: November 2007

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