To Surrender to a Rogue

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Grand Central Publishing, Jun 1, 2010 - Fiction - 384 pages
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An expert in antiquities, Lady Alessandra della Giamatti arrives in Bath to excavate newly discovered Roman ruins-only to find herself caught in a web of evil intrigue by a blackmailer threatening to expose her scandalous past. The one man who can help her is Lord James "Black Jack" Pierson, a fellow member of the expedition and a sinfully handsome rogue whose tempting presence ignites a different sort of danger.

Jack has clashed with Alessandra in the past, so when she suddenly surrenders her body he can't help being suspicious. Is she a scheming temptress? Or is she truly a lady in trouble? As desire and deceptions swirl around them, Alessandra and Jack must find a way to win each other's trust. For if they don't work together to uncover a shocking truth, their enemy-and their own simmering passions-may destroy them and everything they cherish.

 

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User Review  - ImBookingIt - LibraryThing

I did enjoy this book. I just had my expectations too high from the previous book, which could have been written to order for me. This one seemed much more ordinary. I don't think there was anything ... Read full review

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Mini Book Review: Delightfully sinful read full of beautiful strong women and handsome rogues. The perfect read for a day at the beach, a cold Canadian night or just while sitting in your office and ... Read full review

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