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by Jane Feather

Genre: Historical Romance
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: 1807 England

2008 Regency-Set Historical Romance Nominee

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From the first page to the last, this second novel in the Cavendish Square trilogy is a poignant love story. With strong characters, political intrigue, secrets and passion, Feather's book will thrill readers and keep them turning the pages.

Enjoying the social life in London, Lady Livia Lacy can't help wondering why Alexander Prokov has singled her out. She finds the handsome half-English, half-Russian prince charming, though autocratic and very determined in his pursuit of her. When he
proposes, she accepts, but only after much thought.

Soon Livia begins to feel uneasy. What does she really know about her husband and his Russian friends? Alex has secrets that he cannot divulge, but the discovery of old letters and his true reason for being in London will leave Livia devastated, even though she still loves him. Alex faces a conundrum. Can he sacrifice his love for Livia for loyalty to Russia? (POCKET Star, Apr., 384 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Joan Hammond

Publisher: Pocket Star

Published: April 2008

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