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TRAITOR'S KISS/LOVER'S KISS
by Mary Blayney

Genre: Historical Romance
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: Regency France and England

2008 Historical Romance of the Year Nominee

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Make room on your keeper shelf for Blayney, who moves from short Regency romances and suspense to full-length historicals with a duet reminiscent of Regency masters Putney, Balogh and Elizabeth Boyle. Her stories of the Pennistan family are multifaceted and filled with unforgettable characters, nonstop action and exciting plotlines. Her consummate storytelling completely involves readers.

Unjustly imprisoned, scientist Gabriel Pennistan longs to return to England. Desperate for the money his brother offers, Charlotte Parnell sneaks into the Paris prison and sweeps him away to freedom. Their journey from Paris to the coast is fraught with every danger imaginable, but their hearts are more at risk than their lives. After a night of passion Charlotte disappears, and Gabriel must to track her down and convince her of his love with a Traitor's Kiss.

When retired soldier and spy Michael Garrett rescues the near-naked Lady Olivia Pennistan from kidnappers, her brothers hire him as her guard. Michael has nothing to offer a woman of Olivia's social standing, but that doesn't stop her from wanting him, and when rumors of seduction begin, Olivia wants to make Michael hers with a Lover's Kiss. (Bantam, Nov., 720 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Bantam

Published: November 2008

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