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by Katharine Ashe

Genre: Regency Period, Historical Romance, England
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: Regency England

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Ashe’s Falcon Club novels entice readers to suspend their belief and take a wild ride into an escapade that stirs their souls. How to Be a Proper Lady’s two pirates battle for control on land and sea, and Ashe’s engaging characters move from shipboard to ballroom, from bitter conflict to passion, sweeping readers away and satisfying their cravings for sizzling adventure.

Kidnapped as a child, Viola was raised as a pirate’s daughter. When she captures notorious British privateer Jin Seton’s vessel she is adrift. Jin has been hunting Viola for two years, determined to bring home the missing sister of his mentor’s wife. Reunited with her sister, Viola must learn to be a proper lady. Her reinvention is made more difficult by having to deny her longing for Jin’s kiss and her own passionate nature. Jin cannot allow his overwhelming desire for Viola to destroy her chance for success yet she’s gotten under his skin and into his heart. As each unravels the other’s deepest secrets, the members of the Falcon Club face danger and the consequences of a most improper love. (AVON Jul., 380 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: AVON

Published: July 2012

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