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The Devil's Bargain

by Edith Layton

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Girl agrees to protect rogue from the mamas and the women trying to trap him into marriage - but his need for revenge overrides everything. The revenge plot here was pretty dark. ( )
  francescadefreitas | Jul 23, 2009 |
Good book, hero seeks revenge, finds love and in the end revenge moot as evil has it's own rewards ( )
  fredalss | Jun 1, 2008 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0380818647, Mass Market Paperback)

Katherine Corbet abhors injustice -- and is happy to assist the disturbingly attractive Sir Alasdair St. Erth quash the brazen schemes of a marriage-minded opportunist. But appearing on the arm of the dark, dashing rogue at London balls as his interest will never be more than a sham -- no matter how Katherine's aching heart yearns for more.

This naive country miss is ideal! With Katherine's unsuspecting assistance, Alasdair can at long last take his revenge on an old, hated enemy -- though it pains him to use such an innocent in this unscrupulous manner. Worse still is the longing she inspires within him, a passionate need to taste the sweetness of her lips. Alasdair knows his vengeful plan could destroy a fragile, blossoming love. And when he finally releases Katherine from his devil's bargain, will he truly be able to let her go?

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Katherine Corbet abhors injustice - and is happy to assist the disturbingly attractive Sir Alasdair St. Erth quash the brazen schemes of a marriage-minded opportunist. But appearing on the arm of the dark, dashing rogue at London balls as his interest will never be more than a sham - no matter how Katherine's aching heart yearns for more. This naive country miss is ideal! With Katherine's unsuspecting assistance, Alasdair can at long last take his revenge on an old, hated enemy - though it pains him to use such an innocent in this unscrupulous manner. Worse still is the longing she inspires within him, a passionate need to taste the sweetness of her lips. Alasdair knows his vengeful plan could destroy a fragile, blossoming love. And when he finally releases Katherine from his devil's bargain, will he truly be able to let her go?… (more)

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