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Tough minded Jessica Trent's sole intention is to free her nitwit brother from the destructive influence of Sebastian ballister, the notorious Marquess of Diain. She never expects to desire the arrogant, amoral cad. And When Daines reciprical passion places them in a scandously compromising, and public, position, Jessica is left with no choice but to seek satisfaction…

Dawn the minx for tempting him, kissing him…and then for forcing him to salvage reputation! Lord Dain can't wait to put the infuriating bluestocking in her place – and in some amorous position. And if this means marriage, so be it – though sebastian is less than certain he can continue to remian aloof…and stell his heart to the sensuous, head strong lady's considerable charms.

Eredeti megjelenés éve: 1995

Blackstone, Ashland, 2014
ASIN: B00I4CA5U6 · Felolvasta: Kate Reading
HarperCollins, New York, 2009
384 oldal · ASIN: B000FCKOEK
Five Star, Waterville, 1999
352 oldal · keménytáblás · ISBN: 0786222522

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Kedvencelte 2

Várólistára tette 1

Népszerű idézetek


He had never in his life raised a hand against a female. That sort of behavior showed not only a contemptible lack of control, but cowardice as well. Only cowards used deadly weapons against the weaponless.

chapter 5, page 79


Wife or mistress, it’s all the same,” he’d told his friends often enough. “Once you let a lady—virtuous or not—fasten upon you, you become the owner of a piece of troublesome property, where the tenants are forever in revolt and into which you are endlessly pouring money and labor. All for the occasional privilege—at her whim—of getting what you could get from any streetwalker for a few shillings.”

chapter 5, page 89


By gad—do you mean to say I am as important a possession as your cattle?” She pressed her hand to her heart. “Oh, Dain, you are too devastatingly romantic. I am altogether overcome.”

chapter 9, page 150


Bertie had told her Dain was a very large man. She had half expected a hulking gorilla. She had not been prepared for a stallion: big and splendidly proportioned—and powerfully muscled, if what his snug trousers outlined was any indication.

chapter 2, page 30


It is as your sister and friend that I tell you Dain is a splendid catch. I advise you to set your hooks and reel him in.”
Jessica took a long swallow of her cognac. “This is not a trout, Genevieve. This is a great, hungry shark.”
“Then use a harpoon.”

chapter 2, page 44


Any idea what she said, Dain?"
„What was it?”
„Men are ignorant brutes.”
„You sure?”

chapter 1, page 26


He looked at her. Her hair had fallen over her eyes. Turning toward her, he brushed it away. „I collect you've survived,” he said gruffly.

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