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A loving Scoundrel

by Johanna Lindsey

Author: Johanna Lindsey


Language: English

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Johanna Lindsey takes us back to Regency England in another romantic farce starring the Malory clan. The story begins when London's most handsome and eligible bachelor, Jeremy Malory, hires himself a thief to help a friend recover some jewelry he was cheated out of. The thief Jeremy forcibly hires is 20-year-old Danny, who is really a woman masquerading as a man. When she was 5, Danny's home was broken into, and everyone in it but her and the nurse she escaped with was murdered. Danny has no memories of anything before she was rescued by a young prostitute in an alley after her nurse died, and has been masquerading as a man to avoid a fate of prostitution for herself. Jeremy, a seducer of women, notices right off that she's no man, and it's... Read more

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... He tried, he really did, to find some masculinity in the face across from him, but it just wasn't there. How anyone could mistake her for a boy boggled his mind. And yet Percy had no trouble seeing a lad, albeit a "pretty" one. Her height, he supposed, was the deciding factor. It was rare, after all, to find a female who was bloody well as tall as his father was. Anyone that tall would naturally be assumed to be male. Generatedby ABC Amber LIT Converter, http://www.processtext.com/abclit.html He'd also tried, truly, not to react to her as he would any other beautiful woman he came across. But those eyes...He gave up the fight. He would have her in his bed, and before the night was done. It would happen. He had no doubt whatsoever. Having given in to his prurient nature, the change in Jeremy was immediate. Some might call it charm, but it was in fact pure sensuality, and to look at him when his thoughts were carnal was to know he promised pleasures untold. The wench...




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