On Sale: September 23, 2014
Featuring: Jane Rollins; Sergio Fontini
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His seductive rhythm calls to the passionate soul hiding within…
Jane Rollins is anything but plain, but to keep her position
as housekeeper to a wealthy family, she is content to hide
her beauty behind a dull façade. This deception has become
second-nature to her—until dance master Sergio Fontini
waltzes into her life.
While the other inhabitants of the house see him as a
foreigner and beneath their notice, Jane sees strength,
barely leashed power, and an aura of iron control—an
irresistible, arousing combination.
Sergio sees through Jane’s disguise to the woman beneath,
and the desires in her veiled gaze call to him like the
utterly irresistible strains of a beautiful symphony. The
circumstances couldn’t be worse, for seducing her will
endanger both their livelihoods.
Yet there are lessons he cannot resist teaching her, steps
of a dance that crescendos to her final surrender…
Warning: A deliciously seductive Italian unmasks a
supposedly respectable Victorian woman and leads her into a
lust-filled pas de deux.
1 comment posted.
I've lived in Michigan all of my life, and now have moved to
the Northern part of the state a within the past decade. I
think that I had to be crazy to do so, but love the area in
which I now reside. Although the Winters are a bit more
brutal, you can't beat the scenery, since I'm surrounded by
over 300 acres of farm and woodland. When the snow starts
to fly, it isn't the sooty flakes you find in the city.
It's the sparkly, pristine type you see on Christmas cards.
If we didn't have frigid temperatures, along with the winds,
I wouldn't care. The Autumns are spectacular, and in the
Summer, I'm a mile away from a major lake. In the Spring,
the colors are amazing as well as the smells from the
farmers tending their farms. The wildlife abounds year-
round on the property, and you never know what you'll find,
from deer, to groundhogs, to raccoons!! I'd take this area
over the city any day, and to deal with Winter for a few
months, and enjoy the rest of the year, is a small
inconvenience. I did want to add that this is the perfect
time of year to hunker down with a book such as yours, along
with a hot beverage. The cover to your book is stunning,
and I'm sure I'll enjoy it very much. Congratulations on
(Peggy Roberson 10:16am September 25, 2014)
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