Absolute Pleasure

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St. Martin's Press, Apr 1, 2007 - Fiction - 368 pages
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She Was A Complete Innocent...
The lonely, never-married Lady Elizabeth Harcourt desperately longs for a distraction. She finds one when a chance encounter leads her to the lush studios of artist Gabriel Cristofore. Gabriel insists upon painting Elizabeth's portrait, vowing to do justice to her ravishing figure. But Elizabeth soon realizes that Gabriel's plans for her have little to do with painting-for his true passion in life is the art of seduction...

Until He Showed Her The Most Irresistible Passion
The first moment Gabriel sets eyes on Elizabeth, he can see she's not his usual mark. Her lush auburn locks, luscious skin, and ruby lips offer just a hint of the pleasure they promise. Despite his desire, he is torn between seducing her instantly and taking his time so that he can explore every aspect of her. But Gabriel is about to discover that some affairs cannot be so easily abandoned-especially when the heart of a rogue has been captured. . .

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IF YOU LIKE BOOKS WITH A LOT OF SEX THIS IS A GREAT BOOK. I LIKE THE STORY AND THE MEANING IT HAD BUT ALL THE EXPLICIT DETAILS WERE NOT NEEDED TO MAKE THIS A GREAT BOOK.

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About the author (2007)

Cheryl Holt is a lawyer, novelist, and mom who lives on the Oregon coast. Her varied employment history includes public school teacher, mediator, cook, bartender, lobbyist, musician, and political activist. A graduate of the University of Wyoming College of Law, she worked as a law clerk for the Attorney General of Colorado and Wyoming. Later, she served as a deputy district attorney in metro-Denver. Her second book, My Only Love, was nominated by Romantic Times magazine for a Reviewer's Choice Award. Absolute Pleasure is her eighth novel.

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