The Raven Prince
by Elizabeth Hoyt


Overview - Widowed Anna Wren is having a wretched day. After an arrogant man on horseback nearly crushes her, she arrives home to learn that she is in dire financial straits.
THERE COMES A TIME IN A LADY'S LIFE
The Earl of Swartingham is in a quandary.
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Overview
Widowed Anna Wren is having a wretched day. After an arrogant man on horseback nearly crushes her, she arrives home to learn that she is in dire financial straits.
THERE COMES A TIME IN A LADY'S LIFE
The Earl of Swartingham is in a quandary. Having frightened off two secretaries, Edward de Raaf needs someone who can withstand his bad temper and boorish behavior.
WHEN SHE MUST DO THE UNTHINKABLE . . .
When Anna becomes the earl's secretary, it would seem that both their problems are solved. But when she discovers he plans to visit the most notorious brothel in London, she sees red-and decides to assuage her desires . . .

 
Details
  • ISBN-13: 9780446618472
  • ISBN-10: 0446618470
  • Publisher: Grand Central Pub
  • Publish Date: November 2006
  • Page Count: 378
  • Dimensions: 1.25 x 4.25 x 6.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.4 pounds


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A hot historical

From Warner Forever comes a fine historical romance debut. The Raven Prince, by Elizabeth Hoyt, is the sizzling tale of a widow in reduced circumstances and the earl who hires her as his secretary. Sparks fly in this sexy character study embroidered with vivid renderings of a landscape of 18th-century folk, from clumsy servant to polished courtesan and many in between. This is the story of two deeply wounded people finding their way to love in a regimented world they both believed in. A very rich, very hot dessert.

Barbara Samuel won a 2006 RITA award for her novel Lady Luck's Map of Vegas.

 
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