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The Love Conspiracy

by Susan Napier

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For my sons, Simon and Benjamin
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A stripper, Daniel! She's a stripper! Adelaide Bishop's voice quivered with outrage
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The uncertainty was unnerving.

Kat had cheerfully accepted her friend Todd's invitation to stay at the family home for the weekend -- during which his Uncle Daniel was to announce his engagement.

Only slowly did it dawn on Kat that she was the pawn in another game altogether. A game complicated by the incandescent flame that erupted between herself and Daniel Bishop.

His eyes were dangerous, the curve of his mouth a threat -- but of what? Kat wasn't sure. For Daniel's cool, cultured facade covered the soul of a ruthless buccaneer.
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