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WICKED WOMAN
by Denise Eagan

Genre: Historical Romance
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: Victorian-era, Boston

2007 First Historical Romance Nominee

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Eagan debuts with a powerful novel that is not only intensely emotional and pure romance, it's also reminiscent of the classic '70s-era novels. A desperate woman, an alpha hero, a sexually charged meeting, secrets, danger and passion all meld into one nonstop read.

Frantically searching for a safe place to hide after killing her abusive husband, Morgan Turner seeks refuge in Captain Ward Montgomery's dockside warehouse. Once Morgan and the captain were friends; now he's out to catch the thief who's been using his office as a hideout. Stunned to discover Morgan, Ward becomes her protector, insisting that she become his mistress. The illicit liaison quickly blazes into a deep passion and love. But Morgan is a wanted woman with more than one secret. Not only is she in danger, but Ward is as well. (Zebra, Dec., 384 pp., $3.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Zebra

Published: December 2007

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