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by Susan Johnson

Genre: Historical Romance
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: Late 1800s England

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Here's a fast-paced, delightfully hot story as only Johnson can write. Her strong-willed duo makes for one hot read that's a definite must for Johnson's fans!

George Montagu Fitz-Robbins Monckton, the Duke of Groveland, always gets what he wants -- and he wants is the property that Rosalind St. Vincent's bookstore is on. When she refuses to sell, Groveland decides to make her see things his way. But when they meet, he realizes she's unlike the other women he knows and decides to do what he does best -- seduce her.

But he's in for the surprise of his life. She's the first woman to actually get under his skin. Rosalind too is falling, but she knows that Groveland will only break her heart, so she resists. Can two such polar opposites find happiness together? (BERKLEY SENSATION, Mar., 380 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Jill Brager


Published: March 2009

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