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SEVEN NIGHTS IN A ROGUE’S BED
by Anna Campbell

Genre: Historical Romance, England
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: 1826 England

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Following a classic Beauty and the Beast theme, and adding her own sexy twist, Campbell creates an engaging story that sparkles with witty dialogue. The fast pace and slightly gothic atmosphere make the pages fly. She keeps readers highly satisfied with the plot’s tenderness and touching emotions that reach the heart.

Sidonie Forsythe will do anything to keep her sister safe, even repaying her outrageous gambling debts to the infamous Jonas Merrick. She travels to sinister Castle Craven and confronts the beast in his lair, agreeing to spend seven nights in his bed. Badly scarred, Jonas considers himself a monster. He would even take an innocent’s virtue.

But Sidonie is not afraid of him, or the curse he carries. She is scared but courageous, innocent but curious. He longs to seduce her and destroy that innocence, but he cannot. The hardened outcast is a man with dark secrets and a heart that comes to life in her gentle hands. Even as the secrets, and their enemies, are exposed, their desire grows into an unrelenting passion. (FOREVER, Oct., 416 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: FOREVER

Published: October 2012

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