Full Exposure

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Harlequin, 2008 - Fiction - 251 pages
To the passengers aboard the cruise ship Alexandra's Dream,
Ariana Bennett appears to be an unassuming librarian. But
her real mission is to probe the underworld of antiquities
smuggling and find the criminals who framed her father and
caused his death.

At one of their ports of call, Ariana hopes to discover proof of
her father's innocence. Instead she finds herself held captive.
And Dante, an intense and mysterious stranger imprisoned with
her, is her only ally. She realizes they must join forces to survive,
but when their alliance turns to attraction, she wonders if he
may be concealing his true intentions. If only she could trust
him. If only she could trust herself--

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