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by Stephanie Laurens

Genre: Historical Romance, England
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: 1829 England

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After a brief hiatus, Laurens returns to her beloved Cynsters for the first in a trilogy. Charming and entertaining as always, this 16th tale of the series has strong family values; passionate characters; daring, madcap adventures and heated love scenes.

Heather Cynster attends a rather intriguing soirée where she’s just about to be drawn into a scandal when she’s rescued by Viscount Breckenridge. Heather is not thrilled, but when she is kidnapped there is no one she’d rather see than Breckenridge riding to the rescue. Breckenridge follows the coach carrying Heather toward Scotland and, disguised as a clerk, befriends her captors. Breckenridge and Heather manage to communicate and agree to go along with the kidnappers until they can uncover who is behind the abduction. Though caught in a villain’s trap Heather is quite willing to try her skills at seduction and Breckenridge falls right into her snare. When she is finally free, Breckenridge declares his intent to marry her. But first he must persuade Heather they are fated to be together. (AVON, Sep., 448 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: AVON

Published: September 2011

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