Legacy of Love

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Naiad Press, 1997 - Fiction - 228 pages
2 Reviews
Sage pulled Suzanne into her arms and kissed her deeply, melting into the silken heat. "What do you want from me?" she whispered.Suzanne pressed up into Sage's embrace, her body making demands on the skillful hands, commanding pleasure from the exciting mouth. "I need you to love me...as long as you possibly can".What was it about Sage Bristo that drew women to her? Maybe it was the tall, toned body and androgynous good looks. Perhaps they liked her confidence -- her movements and manner so sure and decisive. Or was it the air of mystery, the temptation of a challenge to unravel?Sage couldn't explain the attraction, but she had certainly benefited from it, at least physically. As her reputation as a Don Juana grew, so did her black book of admiring women. Women who wanted to spoil her, to own her, to please her. Women who would do anything for her. But never the woman she needed the most -- the one woman who could lead her through the realm of desire, to the thing she desires most...

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Review: Legacy of Love (Love #1)

User Review  - Stoppie - Goodreads

I won this book in the mad days of Christmas countdown.(thanks Jove!) Anyway, I read this story and then immediately re-read this story. I was so thoroughly engaged with the characters that I was ... Read full review

Review: Legacy of Love (Love #1)

User Review  - Jae Jae - Goodreads

Good novel with a strong main character. I could relate to Sage's respect for the elderly women in her life. If I could, I would give it 3.5 stars Read full review


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