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When in Paris... (Ladies of the World # 1)

by Dara Young

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Originally published by The Wild Rose Press as The Cancan Dancer and the Duke. Minor changes have been made and an epilogue added.
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With the suffocating walls of English society closing in on her, Lady Charise Colton decides to make a break for it. Seeking a little adventure, she escapes her European tour to stay in Paris for the summer. After finding a job as a cancan dancer at the notorious Moulin Rouge she flirts with fate, and a duke with a penchant for getting what he wants.

Ethan Greer, Duke of Lofton, is in Paris to settle some estate business. Chafing under his responsibilities, he discovers an enchanting distraction at the Moulin Rouge, a flirtatious dancer who stirs his lust and something more. He must have her—even if it means offering carte blanche.

Terrified of discovery, Charise tries to hold her persistent suitor at bay, though her heart has already surrendered. Will she lose him if he learns the truth, or is love enough to bind the cancan dancer and the duke?

This title was originally published by The Wild Rose Press as The Cancan Dancer and the Duke. Minor changes have been made and an epilogue added.
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