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by Shannon Donnelly

Genre: Regency Period, England

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The opening scene of Shannon Donnelly's A MOST COMPROMISED LADY, with its erotic
overtures and deliciously teasing tricks, is designed to tempt the most jaded of

This is a clever tale of a gypsy girl's family who lost
an inheritance and a title due to the machinations of a wicked
uncle. The strong, devil-may-care hero decides that losing one's heart when
playing with Fate is a small price to pay for such great happiness. It is his
growing concern for the happiness of the woman he has compromised which provides
much of this character's inner conflict.

As usual, Ms. Donnelly provides a scintillating tale filled with charismatic
characters and plenty of intrigue, while still
delivering a tender love story. (Feb., 224 pp., $4.99)

Reviewed By: Teresa Roebuck

Publisher: Zebra

Published: February 2002

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