A Sixpence In Her Shoe

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Samhain Publishing, Sep 12, 2006 - Fiction - 86 pages
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Can Melanie Parsons trust Brady Torres with her most trusted possession—her heart?

Book Three of the Wedding Dress Series.

Melanie Parsons is a curator at the Smithsonian, specializing in nineteenth and twentieth century artifacts. A rash of burglaries causes Brady Torres, a member of United Americas Security, to be called in to investigate.

Melanie comes from a Traditionalist family, a fundamental group of individuals who want to return to the ideals of an earlier time. Although she doesn’t believe in those ideals, especially when it comes to marriage, she has two little secrets. She loves for a man to control her in the bedroom and the particular man she is longing to take that control is none other than Agent Brady Torres.

The UAS believes Traditionalists are behind the burglaries, but Brady is not sold on the idea and proposes they use a wedding dress from the 1800s as bait to capture the thieves. The dress, from Melanie’s own family, is the one thing that keeps Brady believing he might have a chance with Melanie. He figures she wouldn’t keep the dress around if she didn’t secretly harbor a desire to find true love and marry for a lifetime.

If Brady loses the dress to the thieves will he also lose his chance with Melanie?


Warning, this title contains the following: explicit sex, graphic language, light bondage.


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About the author (2006)

Liz Andrews is a critically acclaimed, multi-published author who enjoys writing erotic romance almost as much as she enjoys reading it. A romantic at heart, Liz is a fierce believer in happily ever after and heroes who make the heart swoon. When not writing, the Ohio native enjoys reading, going to the movies and hosting dinner parties for her friends.

She can be reached at her website www.lizandrews.net or you can email her directly at msliz@lizandrews.net . You can also check out month updates on what’s happening with Liz at her newsletter, www.lizandrews.net/newsletter/current.htm.

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