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THE WICKED GAMES OF A GENTLEMAN
by Jillian Hunter

Genre: Historical Romance
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: Regency England

2006 Historical Love & Laughter Nominee

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Hunter combines love and laughter with heartwarming emotions in a splendid story of scandal and seduction. Her three-dimensional characters light up the pages as they fly from the catchy beginning to the deeply satisfying ending.

Eloise Goodwin has more than her reputation as governess at stake. It is days away from her charge's wedding and the girl has run off with a rogue.
Lord Drake Boscastle has planned for his night with Europe's most notorious courtesan for months. With the moment at hand he is distracted by a curvaceous governess who needs his help in locating a missing heiress. When Drake comes to the rescue he begins losing his heart to Eloise and sets out to win the game of love. He tries to convince Eloise to be his mistress and when she refuses he vows
to have her surrender her heart and become his wife.

The delightfully wicked game of love is played out with Drake's family and friends' high jinks and Eloise learning that love, lust, passion and pleasure are worth any price. (Ivy, Oct., 384 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Ivy

Published: October 2006

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