Plaisirs secrets (Harlequin Audace)

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Harlequin, Apr 1, 2008 - Fiction - 224 pages
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Plaisirs secrets, Elizabeth Bevarly

En voyant Sam Maguire boire à la tasse de porcelaine où elle venait de poser les lèvres, Rosie sentit une secrète excitation l'envahir. Pourquoi fallait-il que, de tous les hommes, ce soit celui sur lequel elle fantasmait depuis des mois qui soit entré dans sa boutique ? Et, surtout, qu'il insiste pour partager le thé qu'elle était en train de déguster, loin de se douter qu'il s'agissait d'un thé aphrodisiaque dont elle venait de mettre la recette au point ? Elle retint sa respiration tandis qu'il avalait la boisson, et, quand il reposa la tasse sur le comptoir et leva les yeux vers elle, elle sut qu'elle était perdue. Car dans son beau regard si sombre, brillait la même étincelle qui la faisait frémir quand elle songeait à lui. Celle du désir. Pur. Brut. Irrépressible.

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About the author (2008)

Elizabeth Bevarly wrote her first novel when she was twelve years old. It was 32 pages long -- and that was with college rule notebook paper -- and featured three girls named Liz, Marianne and Cheryl who explored the mysteries of a haunted house. Her friends Marianne and Cheryl proclaimed it "Brilliant! Spellbinding! Kept me up till dinnertime reading!" Those rave reviews only kindled the fire inside her to write more.Since sixth grade, Elizabeth has gone on to complete more than 50 works of contemporary romance. Her novels regularly appear on the USA Today and Waldenbooks bestseller lists, and her last book for Avon, The Thing About Men, was a New York Times Extended List bestseller. She's been nominated for the prestigious RITA Award, has won the coveted National Readers' Choice Award, and Romantic Times magazine has seen fit to honor her with two Career Achievement Awards. There are more than seven million copies of her books in print worldwide. She resides in her native Kentucky with her husband and son, not to mention two very troubled cats.

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