The Suitor

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Berkley Books, 2002 - Fiction - 408 pages
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Fearing her marriage prospects are ruined, the parents of snobbish Katherine Devereaux turn to the Countess Christiane d'Oliveri for help. The Countess approaches French ne'er-do-well Alain Montclaire, who agrees to seduce Katherine and break her cold heart in two. But this charming rogue is surprised when he finds that Katherine's haughty airs hide a deeply lonely woman desperate for love. (July)

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This was a fun, unique story. Too often, romances follow a fairly standard plotline (if, indeed, they have any sort of plot), and the heroines and the men with whom they fall in love are often cut ... Read full review

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Praise for the novels of Sandy Hingston

“A wonderful sensual story with well-rounded characters.”—Denver Rocky Mountain News

“Hingston strikes the perfect balance of history, modulated characters and snappy dialogue that is what all romance should be—transporting.”—Publishers Weekly

“Altogether delightful…a lovely romance sure to keep readers turning pages late into the night. Ms. Hingston has crafted quite a gem…most entertaining…beautifully written.”—Literary Times

“The story line humorously centers on high society’s strict rules. Sandy Hingston is heading to the top.”—Midwest Book Review

“The tidbits from history…add much uniqueness and freshness. The battling lead characters are a wonderful duo…Fans will immensely enjoy Sandy Hingston’s brilliantly scribed tale.”—BookBrowser

“The action really heated up…I could hardly put the book down…a lot of suspense.”—All About Romance

“Will keep readers glued to the page…fine storytelling skills.”—Romantic Times

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