Perilous Pleasures (Google eBook)

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Harper Collins, Mar 27, 2012 - Fiction - 384 pages
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His thirst for revenge must overcome her powers of seduction . . .

Lord Ramsay believes in fate. But is it chance or something more sinister that has the daughter of his worst enemy delivered into his hands? Finally, the stars are in perfect alignment for his revenge. But Ramsay isn't prepared for the vulnerable, courageous woman he finds—a woman with powers of her own.

Zoe didn't inherit her mother's cruel heart, but that doesn't stop the tall stranger who kidnaps her. Now, she has only one weapon against the fate that awaits her . . . seduction. Yet even as Zoe uses her charms to bewitch her abductor, Ramsay's haunted Pisces soul weaves a sensual spell around her too. Soon, the two will be bound together by a burning passion as bright as the stars—and locked in a desperate struggle against an ancient sorcery that can be vanquished only by love.


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Review: Perilous Pleasures (The Lords of The Seventh House #3)

User Review  - Sherrie Henry - Goodreads

I was fairly captivated by this book from the very first paragraph. The plot twists and turns kept me reading, even long after my bed time. The characters started out a little one-dimensional, but ... Read full review

Review: Perilous Pleasures (The Lords of The Seventh House #3)

User Review  - Denise - Goodreads

My first time reading this author. It was a good story but OMG I'm glad I wasn't born in that time period when people couldn't come right out and say what they wanted to say. Poor Adam and Zoe, mis ... Read full review


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Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Chapter 9
Chapter 10
Chapter 11
Chapter 12
Chapter 13
Chapter 14
A Word to the Reader

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About the author (2012)

Jenny Brown earned a graduate degree in 19th-century history.Her very first professional sale as a writer was a biographical pieceabout Louisa May Alcott’s childhood. Years later, her favoritehobby continues to be reading biographies of people who livedin the 18th and 19th centuries. She has earned her livingin many different ways: performing as a singer-songwriter inWestern Massachusetts and Nashville, writing nonfiction, and,for the past fifteen years, running a successful small press.

Jenny has been a student of astrology since her teens. This ancientart helps her make sense of her life and accept that the way she is,with all her oddities, is the way she’s supposed to be. Though shehas always loved reading love stories set in the past, what got herwriting them was finding, at last, the Hero of Her Own Romance.

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