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by Jade Lee

Genre: Historical Romance
Setting: 1800s England

2004 Best Sensual Historical Romance Nominee

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When Lynette's father's death leaves her penniless, she must find the means to save her family. Desperation forces her to sell herself into marriage with the help of the infamous Viscount Marlock.

Marlock trains woman to become perfect, willing brides for aristocratic men, and Lynette becomes his student. But unlike
his other pupils, she questions his every motive, forcing him to reevaluate his life.

He can teach Lynette how to tempt, seduce and please a man. He can use his caress, his kisses and his body to arouse and titillate. He can compel her to obey his every command. But she can teach him how to open his heart.

Kathryn Greyle makes a spicy new debut writing as Jade Lee and what a debut it is! Make room on your shelf for Lee next to Thea Devine, Robin Schone and Cheryl St. John. She's taken the theme of the innocent seduced and added her own original twist. Lee tantalizes with a hot debut. SPICY (Jul., 380 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Leisure

Published: July 2004

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