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A Fine Deceit by Devlin O'Neill

Title A Fine Deceit
Author Devlin O'Neill
Publisher
Release 2007-02
Category Fiction
Total Pages 248
ISBN 9780595423637
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Love, blood, and rhetoric Home to England from the everlasting French wars, a handsome, battle-scarred cavalry captain eats and drinks his fill at a Gypsy camp. Half asleep that night, he is unsure whether the beautiful, sensuous, naked woman who appears and has her wicked, lascivious way with him in his woodland bed is real-or only a figment of his wine-soaked imagination. She vanishes and leaves him spent, and Captain Drake vows to find her and discover why she would seduce him so outrageously.Find her he does, the lady of a nearby manor, but getting the truth from her is not so easy. Lady Rosaline is loath to share her reasons for the shameless nocturnal ambush, and it requires all Drake's cunning and charm, along with a bit of skullduggery, to not only learn her secret, but to win her heart.From the authors of Lady Faulcon's Rogue, A Fine Deceit is heroic romance and erotica at its very best.

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