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by Sara Bennett

Genre: Historical Romance
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: Victorian England

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Bennett delivers the final installment of the Greentree sisters trilogy as the youngest, Francesca, learns that she's not immune to love or her mother's legacy. Bennett sweeps readers up in a tale that holds your interest while titillating your senses. To top it off, we finally get the answers to the questions that have haunted us since book one as she neatly ties up all the loose ends. This is the book devoted fans must read.

Though separated from her daughters since they were stolen from her, the notorious courtesan Madame Aphrodite needs to know her girls are safe. She hires Sebastian Thorne to protect Francesca, who lives a quiet and contented life in Yorkshire with
her adoptive mother -- until she saves a wounded man she discovers on
the moors.

Sebastian believes he has found
the means to secretly watch over Francesca, whose kind nature and beauty awaken thoughts he'd rather leave dead. As a fallen lord he has
no place in society, and being in love with Francesca forces him to confront the possibility of reclaiming his title and a life of honor. But first he must save her from evil. (Avon, Apr., 384
pp., $5.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Avon

Published: April 2007

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