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WHEN A STRANGER LOVES ME
by Julianne MacLean

Genre: Historical Romance
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: Victorian England

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The Pembroke Palace series continues as MacLean introduces Lady Chelsea Campion, a woman desperate enough to risk her reputation with a perfect stranger who has lost his memory. MacLean uses the amnesia scenario cleverly, and though there's little conflict, a predictable misunderstanding and a mystery solved too quickly, she does entertain readers.

When Chelsea finds a
man washed up on shore, she realizes
she has found the means to secure
her family's future. Her brother is
in desperate need of an heir, and
though it's wrong to use a stranger
to become pregnant, Chelsea has
no choice. It should be a simple task
to seduce the handsome stranger
before his memory returns.

Then Chelsea falls in love, her stranger's family comes to bring him
home and he discovers what she's
been plotting and unravels the mystery
of his memory loss. Along the way they'll discover if their love is powerful enough to overcome any obstacle thrown in their path. (AVON, Feb., 380 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: AVON

Published: February 2009

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