Sinful Seduction

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Harlequin Enterprises, Australia Pty Limited, Mar 1, 2012 - Fiction - 85 pages
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Skylar Lawrence isn't looking for romance when she arrives at the Davies' sumptuous Hamptons estate. But when Skylar meets her ex-fiance's twin brother, their chemistry is as tumultuous as the storm brewing outside. Sinfully handsome Alessandro Davies exudes the kind of animal magnetism that's impossible to resist...and hazardous to a woman's heart. Sandro desires Skylar from the minute the stunning veterinarian turns up at his door, but his honour forbids him from pursuing a relationship. But his plan backfires when he starts falling for the forbidden seductress. Until a shocking discovery threatens to tear Skylar from his arms and force Sandro to give up the woman he needs....

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Sinful Seduction The Davies Legacy: Twins of Sin by Ann Christopher 4 STARS I guessed by the title the secret of the book. This story has stormy night, guilt,honor, love and rebelous teen. I liked it ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Ann Christopher has been in love with love stories since the fifth grade, when she read Patricia Clapp's Jane-Emily—or maybe it was sixth grade, when she read Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights. At any rate, she grew up, went to law school and worked as an attorney for six years, handling more divorces than she cares to remember. She "retired" several years ago, before the birth of her second child, to stay home full-time, not realizing that being a lawyer was the easier job. After a while, she fired up the computer and began to indulge her passion for love stories and playing with words. Now she writes romances and is much happier focusing on the beginnings of love affairs rather than the endings. She lives in Cincinnati and spends her time with her family, which includes two large, spoiled cats.

Ann loves to hear from her readers via her email: a...@annchristopher.com

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