On Sale: February 1, 2009
Featuring: Brian Donovan; Meredith Duncan
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Romance Historical | Romance Erotica Sensual
Strikingly handsome, wealthy, and accomplished, Brian
Donovan has succeeded in everything he puts his mind to -
except marriage. Now, as a favor to his former military
commander Teddy Roosevelt, Brian is investigating a powerful
new weapon invented in the small European country of
Eisengau. The task carries prestige, danger, and an enticing
complication in the lithe form of Meredith Duncan.
deliciously candid approach to all things sensual, Meredith
is unlike any woman Brian has known. In fact, she wants him
to ruin her reputation - and Brian eagerly obliges,
initiating a passionate, playful, and wildly erotic
A feminist who believes in free love, Meredith has
always battled convention. When her parents urge her toward
an odious marriage, Meredith turns to the dashing,
thoroughly masculine American who could be her only hope of
escape. But nothing is as simple as it seems, and as
competition to acquire the new weapon turns deadly, two
lovers are drawn into a treacherous game where the stakes
run as high as their raw, mutual desire, and the greatest
risk of all may lie within an untested and all-consuming love...
8 comments posted.
Re: Kisses Like A Devil
My boyfriend took me this past Summer to his favorite place in the world - The Grand Tetons - and now I'm dying to go back! If I'd want anything to be different, it would be to find a way to not have to put down the large animals that get to comfortable around the people that are invading their space.
(Kelli Jo Calvert 10:33am February 26, 2009)
My favorite place to go is always Old Town San Diego. There is so much culture and history there. Beautiful buildings! Friendly people! Lovely weather! It's like stepping into another country while still being in the United States.
(LuAnn Morgan 11:41am February 26, 2009)
Beautiful Hawaii! We were stationed there while in the military. Beautiful beaches, rain forests, the ocean was gorgeous! Spent a lot of time on the beaches. Very restful and peaceful!!
(JoAnn White 12:32pm February 26, 2009)
I have always dreamed of going to Scotland and Ireland. I have never been but would love to go. I only get to travel there in my books. So you see I travel all the time and I love going back in time.
(Gail Hurt 3:24pm February 26, 2009)
Ireland and England even though I've never been to either place. Ireland because it is land of my ancestors and England because the man who truly was the love of my life was from there and I'd love to see that country.
(Kay Martinez 7:41pm February 26, 2009)
I really, really want to go to Ireland and
Scotland - home of my ancestors. My
husbands ancestors came from
England, so we'd stop there. A far
away place I'd like to return to is Bali.
It is truly a place out of time (of course
I was there 38 years ago.). More
recently, we were in Wyoming and
Montana. Would like to go back there
and see what we didn't have time to
visit. Some day - Chaco Canyon. Did
I mention I love to travel and want to
go everywhere and see everything.
Just need to find a spare million or so.
(Patricia Barraclough 9:09pm February 26, 2009)
(Karen Haas 9:00am February 27, 2009)
I'd love to re-visit some of the really old places I've been but with my children this time. Places that man made but before technology. I was amazed at how you can feel the past in the air. In Rothenburg, I can remember looking over my shoulder and feeling as if someone was there while walking the wall. The catacombs in Luxembourgh were amazing. The steps were so tiny. Some of the castle ruins left you wondering just what it looked like? How was it destroyed?
My dreams don't take place in real places. I prefer entirely made up worlds or made up locations. Reality has a harder time intruding.
(Lynda Smith 12:27pm February 28, 2009)
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