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by Mary Balogh

Genre: Historical Romance
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: Regency England

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The incomparable Balogh delivers a masterful first in a new trilogy centering on the lives and loves of the Huxtable daughters. Always fresh, intelligent, emotional and sensual, Balogh's stories reach out to readers, touching heart and mind with their warmth and wit. Prepare for a joyous read.

The arrival of Elliot Wallace, Viscount Lyngate, in the small village
of Throckbridge causes quite a stir, and
his proposal to marry Vanessa Huxtable's sister takes everyone by surprise.

Determined to see that her sister is not thrust into a marriage of convenience with a stranger, widowed Vanessa volunteers to become the
viscount's bride. Since Elliot needs a wife, he cannot be too particular, yet
he never expects Vanessa to be fiery
or sensual. She was married to a dying man and has no idea what it's like to be held by strong arms and receive heart-melting kisses. Brought together by fate, they discover a love neither expects and shadows of the past
they must erase before they can seize happiness. (DELL, Mar., 400 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: DELL

Published: March 2009

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