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DAWN ENCOUNTER
by Jennifer Blake

Genre: Historical Romance
Setting: 1840 New Orleans

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Cade O'Neill is a member of an
elite group of swordsmen known as maitre d'armes. This infamous group plays by its own rules in a city where anything goes.

When Cade kills her disreputable husband in a duel, Lisette Moisant thinks she is free, but her ruthless father-in-law is intent on making her pay for his son's death. She needs protection and turns to the very man who killed her husband.

Cade had reasons for killing Moisant, and honor was not one of them. But
his conscience cannot allow him to
let Lisette pay the price. After she's attacked, he brings her home, vowing
to keep her safe. But he cannot protect her from the rumors swirling around them that suggest there is more to
their relationship then friendship. As scandal brews and Lisette's reputation and life are at stake, Cade realizes
someone is behind a sinister plot to destroy them.

Blake evokes the aura of New
Orleans to perfection, from the houses on Rampart Street to the fine cuisine.
This lush backdrop is perfect for a
story as highly romantic and exciting
as Blake's. She knows every nuance and brings the city and her characters to life. SENSUAL (Jan., 380 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Mira

Published: January 2006

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