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His Conquest
by Diana Cosby


Overview - The Only Man Who Could Save Her
Linet Dancort will not be sold. But that's essentially what her brother intends to do--to trade her like so much chattel to widen his already vast scope of influence. Linet will seize any opportunity to escape her fate--and opportunity comes in the form of a rebel prisoner locked in her brother's dungeon, predatory and fearsome, and sentenced to hang in the morning.
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Overview
The Only Man Who Could Save Her
Linet Dancort will not be sold. But that's essentially what her brother intends to do--to trade her like so much chattel to widen his already vast scope of influence. Linet will seize any opportunity to escape her fate--and opportunity comes in the form of a rebel prisoner locked in her brother's dungeon, predatory and fearsome, and sentenced to hang in the morning.
Would First Need Saving Himself
Seathan MacGruder, Earl of Grey, is not unused to cheating death. But even this legendary Scottish warrior is surprised when a beautiful Englishwoman creeps to his cell and offers him his freedom. What Linet wants in exchange, though--safe passage to the Highlands--is a steep price to pay. For the only thing more dangerous than the journey through embattled Scotland is the desire that smolders between these two fugitives the first time they touch. . .
"His Conquest --one part heaven, one part sin."
"Passion, danger, lush history and a touch of magic." --Hannah Howell, New York Times Bestselling Author

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9781420109917
  • ISBN-10: 142010991X
  • Publisher: Zebra Books
  • Publish Date: November 2010
  • Page Count: 339
  • Dimensions: 6.74 x 4.26 x 0.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.36 pounds


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