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STRANGER'S KISS
by Mary Blayney

Genre: Historical Romance
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: Regency England

2009 Innovative Historical Romance Nominee

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Following the acclaimed Traitor's Kiss and Lover's Kiss, the new installment in the Pennistan saga is an emotionally charged story of revenge, loss, passion and redemption. Blayney plays readers like a virtuoso, allowing laughter, tears and every emotion in between to claim your heart.

Lynford Pennistan, the Duke of Meryon, is out for revenge, and he will have it, whether in a duel or a ballroom. He must destroy his enemy no matter what. But in a secluded library
he meets a stranger -- a woman who understands the meaning of loss. One small kiss of consolation leads to
much more.

Renowned singer Elena Verano is griefstricken over her husband's death and comes to England to find solace. Her unexpected encounter with a stranger unleashes a torrent of emotions. Elena and the duke begin to rouse from their grief, helping one another and falling in love, but the duke's scheme to avenge a lifelong injustice and his love for Elena clash and threaten their chance at happiness. (BANTAM, Sep., 380 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: BANTAM

Published: September 2009

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