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Evenings in Paris by Kathleen Downes

Evenings in Paris

by Kathleen Downes

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The mystery lady stood on the observation deck of the Eiffel Tower in trench coat and dark glasses, and Bart Callister was fascinated. He wanted her, wanted to know her secrets, to slip inside her enigmatic heart. Arri Smith knew she was no siren who lured men to risk their lives, yet shed intrigued Bart and he was willing to take his chances. But who were the men following her, and what could they want with a Midwestern librarian who'd come to Paris looking for the romance that had eluded her back home? The city of lights had lost its glory for Bart, but seeing it through Arri's glowing eyes filled him with quick, crazy desire and a wild need only she could satisfy. The breathless chase left Arri feeling like Mata Hari and Lauren Bacall rolled into one, but would Bart still want her when all the mysteries were solved? [close]
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