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by Kimberly Logan

Genre: Historical Romance
Sensuality: MILD
Setting: Regency England

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The last in the Daventry sisters trilogy features Lady Aimee Daventry, the sole witness to her mother's murder. Logan has built her series up to this point, and readers will not be disappointed as she weaves in threads from the past with a thrilling and sensual love story that will hold you captive.

Ten years ago Royce Grenville, Viscount Stonehurst, was
the one person Aimee could trust. She sensed he understood what she was going through, haunted as he was by the war and his belief he caused the deaths of those he loved.

With her father arranging their marriage, Aimee intends to fulfill her vow to find her mother's killer. Haunted by recurring nightmares of the murder and with her memory of the details returning, Aimee needs Royce's protection
as much as his love. When she remembers the missing details, Aimee walks straight into danger, and only Royce can save her from her mother's fate. (Avon, 380 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Avon

Published: March 2008

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