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by Elizabeth Hoyt

Genre: Historical Romance
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: 1765 England

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Hoyt's magical fairy-tale romances have won the hearts of readers who adore sizzling sensuality perfectly merged with poignancy. Her latest showcases her talent for creating remarkable characters and cherished stories that make us believe in the miracle of love.

After Jasper Renshaw, Lord Vale, is jilted, he's stunned when Melisande Flemming proposes marriage. Vale realizes this is his chance to gain a wife and an heir.

Melisande has loved Vale for years. She knows he's a rogue but also sees the sadness in his heart and vows to make him happy. Vale discovers his bride is a lady in the parlor and a sensual tigress in the bedroom, but nightmares from his days in the Colonies plague him, and he must find the traitor responsible -- without destroying the beautiful life he has with Melisande. (forever, Nov., 368 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Forever

Published: November 2008

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