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A STRANGER'S KISS
by Shelly Thacker

Genre: Historical Romance
Setting: Regency England

1995 K.I.S.S. HERO Nominee

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This exciting sequel to Silver and Sapphire plunges Max D'Avenant into a plot to kidnap the woman responsible for the explosive chemical that destroyed his younger brother's life.

Marie Nichole Le Bon has no idea that the French military used her fertilizer formula as an explosive. The retiring scientist only wants to complete her experiments when she is abducted -first by a band of Frenchmen, and then by Max.

Since Marie has lost her memory, Max figures he'll have no trouble convincing the naive girl that she is his wife, then luring her into giving him the fertilizer formula for British intelligence. He never counts on falling in love with Marie.

Their newfound love is threatened by the rival countries' desire to possess Marie's knowledge. Facing danger from spies and counterspies, Marie and Max are trapped in a maze of intrigue.

A STRANGER'S KISS is a fast-paced adventure romance that captivates readers from the very beginning. The explosive and sensual sparks that fly between Marie and Max will have readers glued to the pages and wishing for more. SENSUAL (Nov., 384 pp., $4.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Avon

Published: November 1994

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