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THE NAKED EARL
by Sally MacKenzie

Genre: Historical Romance
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: Regency

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MacKenzie continues her delightfully humorous, sexy series with a nice and naughty naked hero who matches wits and wiles with an equally irresistible heroine in the author's typically touching style. Better yet, you'll catch up with characters from previous novels whose antics keep things moving and make sure that several couples find their perfect mates. MacKenzie ensures her growing fan base a perfect night's read.

After a few glasses of wine, Lady Elizabeth Tunyon feels emboldened when the naked Earl of Westbrooke, Robbie Hamilton, climbs through her window. Tired of being a "good" girl, she hides Robbie in her bed while he's hunted by a marriage-minded lady. Her actions save him from marriage, but Elizabeth can't stop dreaming about what she'd like to do with the very naked earl.

Her fantasies open the door to some intriguing meetings, and when someone does try to get between them,
more romances ensue, which just adds lots more fuel and heat to an already steamy love story that ends with a
very poignant lesson about how
love can heal old wounds. (Zebra, April, 340 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Zebra

Published: April 2007

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