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TEMPT THE DEVIL
by Anna Campbell

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

2009 Sensual Historical Romance Nominee

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Vibrantly refreshing and sizzling with sensuality and a depth of emotions that takes your breath away, Campbell's latest delivers an unforgettable powerhouse romance. The intensity comes from her comprehension of our deepest desires and our need for love and compassion. You won't be immune to this remarkable writer or the unconventional stories she creates.

Olivia Raines is the woman every man desires. Her beauty draws them to her, and her courtesan's skills keep then enthralled. Few know Olivia's heart is cold and that she doesn't yearn for a lover's caress.

The rakish Julian Southwood, Earl of Erith, who's recently returned to England, immediately claims Olivia as his own. But he wants more than her body, he wants her passionate response, her heart and soul -- something Olivia isn't ready to give. Julian won't rest until he's uncovered every secret Olivia holds. He won't stop his tender seduction until she gives herself to him in every way. Neither of them realizes how dangerous this can be for a notorious courtesan and a respected diplomat -- and neither realizes that love will ask them to risk it all. (Avon, Jan., 380 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: AVON

Published: January 2009

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