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CAPTIVE SCOUNDREL, (Lady Faith, the uncut version) Knave of Hearts, Two of Four A carriage sent over a cliff, a greedy brother and an unfaithful wife leave Justin Devereux, Duke of Ainsley, more dead than alive. Faith Wickham, the woman hired to nurse him -- as much a captive as her patient in a house where nothing is as it seems -- faces poison disguised as medicine and a decision that could kill. Meanwhile, locked in a coma, Justin calls from his tormented dreams ... and an angel answers with her heart. A history of CAPTIVE SCOUNDREL: In 1999, the book, LADY FAITH, needed to be cut in half to fit the Precious Gem Line for Kensington Publishing. Now, here in its full award-winning, uncut glory for the first time is the story of the captive duke and the nurse who saved him. SEA SCOUNDREL, (Lady Patience, the Uncut Version), Knave of Hearts, One PROPER SCOUNDREL (Formerly Scoundrel in Disguise), Knave of Hearts, Three HOLY SCOUNDREL, Knave of Hearts, Four Review Quotes for CAPTIVE SCOUNDREL: "One of Blair's early works, this one ranks right up there with the best of them. Written in the true tradition of the Rogues. Justin is yummy. Lots of sexual tension, with one surprise after another." Lee Lee, Amazon "Another winner by Annette Blair ... a fast paced read. Faith is sent to nurse the Duke of Ainsley, after he suffers what is believed to be fatal injuries. Hired by the duke's brother, Faith is given specific instructions in how to care for the duke, who is in a state of limbo.... Their journey will not be easy as they enter into a cat and mouse game to catch a madman ... and realize the fulfillment of their love." Daisy, Vine Voice, Amazon "Annette Blair is a master artist in the world of romantic fiction." Linda Lukow, MyShelf "Annette Blair is a master at sweeping you from one emotion to the next with the flip of a page." Sandy M, The Good, the Bad, and the Unread
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