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A Question of Class
by Julia Tagan


Overview - United to exact revenge on a common enemy, they discover passion is the ultimate reward.

On the strength of her wit and intelligence, Catherine Delcour climbed from Connecticut poverty to opulent Paris society. But once in New York, her lowly past is a scandal her wine merchant husband won't tolerate.
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Overview
United to exact revenge on a common enemy, they discover passion is the ultimate reward.

On the strength of her wit and intelligence, Catherine Delcour climbed from Connecticut poverty to opulent Paris society. But once in New York, her lowly past is a scandal her wine merchant husband won't tolerate. After five years of marriage, Morris announces their union isn't valid and reveals his plan to send her to the West Indies. So long as she behaves, he'll continue to provide for her until the ship leaves. Fearing she'll end up destitute, Catherine schemes to escape--and secure her future with his treasured bottle of wine.

Under the guise of supervising Delcour's wayward wife, Benjamin Thomas seeks to avenge his sister's death by ruining him. But Catherine isn't the spoiled society wife Benjamin expects. His growing affection for Catherine threatens more than his carefully constructed plans. His vow to never touch another man's wife has never been harder to keep than when he's around the beguiling beauty.

When Catherine and Benjamin join forces, their sensual natures collide even as their individual desires for passion, vengeance, and escape threaten to tear them apart.

CONTENT WARNING: Explicit sex

"Ms. Tagan [has] become a welcome new author to my ever growing book diet." – Avon Romance.com

59,171 Words


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  • ISBN: 9781616505455
  • Publisher: Kensington
  • Imprint: Lyrical Press
  • Date: May 2014
  • Seller Statement: Sold by Random House WHS
 
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