Once a Rake

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Grand Central Publishing, Oct 29, 2013 - Fiction - 416 pages
9 Reviews
In the bestselling tradition of Stephanie Laurens and Eloisa James...

All he wants is her help . . .

Colonel Ian Ferguson may be a rake, but he's no traitor. Accused of trying to kill the Duke of Wellington, the disgraced Scotsman is now a fugitive-from the law, the army, and the cunning assassin who hunts him. Wounded and miles from his allies, Ian finds himself at the mercy of an impoverished country wife. The spirited woman is achingly beautiful . . . and hiding some dangerous secrets of her own.

All she needs is his heart . . .

She was a child nobody wanted. Now for Lady Sarah Clarke, holding on to her vanished husband's crumbling estate is her final chance to earn respectability. She knows that hiding the devastatingly handsome Ferguson will jeopardize her home. Common sense demands that she turn him in. But a single, delirious kiss shatters her resolve . . . and awakens a passion that neither of them can escape.

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Review: Once a Rake (Drake's Rakes #4)

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Typically I read 1-3 books A DAY. It took me 3 days to get 60% into this book. The beginning was very long winded and to be honest, boring. The plot, premise, all of it sounded great, but getting to ... Read full review

Review: Once a Rake (Drake's Rakes #4)

User Review  - N. Kuhn - Goodreads

Typically I read 1-3 books A DAY. It took me 3 days to get 60% into this book. The beginning was very long winded and to be honest, boring. The plot, premise, all of it sounded great, but getting to ... Read full review

About the author (2013)

New York Times best-selling author Eileen Dreyer has won five RITA Awards from the Romance Writers of America, which secures her fourth place in the Romance Writers of America prestigious Hall of Fame. Eileen is an addicted traveler, having sung in some of the best Irish pubs in the world. Eileen also writes as Kathleen Korbel and has over three million books in print worldwide. Born and raised in Missouri, she lives in St. Louis County with her husband Rick and her two children.

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