Revenge at Bella Terra

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Little, Brown Book Group, Jan 12, 2011 - Fiction - 368 pages
17 Reviews
Ruthless Eli Di Luca hides the torment of his past beneath a faÁade of iron control. No one suspects the anguish he suffers, or the reasons why he has sworn never to marry. Only blackmail could change his mind . . . Beautiful young author ChloŽ Conte's first book zoomed to the top of the bestseller lists. Now, struggling to write her second mystery, she retreats to an isolated cottage in a private vineyard. But with his magnetic appeal and his fascinating tales of Bella Terra's violent past, Eli Di Luca proves an irresistible distraction, and ChloŽ finds herself falling in love with a man she hardly knows. Soon she discovers that Eli has been keeping secrets from her, and the truth will bring more than heartbreak . . . it will put them both in mortal danger. When murder and peril threaten, the only way ChloŽ can survive is to trust the man who has betrayed her . . . and that's a price her stubborn heart may not be willing to pay.

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Review: Revenge at Bella Terra (Bella Terra Deception/Scarlet Deception #2)

User Review  - Rosi - Goodreads

The drama over the wine has definitely been kicked off a notch. We see the yummy Di Luca brothers back again, and this time Eli finds his HEA. The love story had potential, but it failed to catch my ... Read full review

Review: Revenge at Bella Terra (Bella Terra Deception/Scarlet Deception #2)

User Review  - Tawnya - Goodreads

Revenge at Bella Terra is a great romantic mystery. Christina Dodd did an excellent job bringing the characters to life. And although it could be read as a stand alone I wouldn't recommend it. Read full review

About the author (2011)

Christina Dodd writes romantic suspense, historical romance and paranormal romance. Her novels have been translated into twelve languages, won Romance Writers of America's prestigious Golden Heart and RITA awards and been called the year's best by Library Journal.

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