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Shall We Dance? by Kasey Michaels
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Shall We Dance?

by Kasey Michaels

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The king's coronation draws near, and a dance of intrigue and desire begins . . .
A Dance of Scandal

The notorious Queen Caroline, caught between broken dreams and a devious husband out to ruin her, may harbor a stunning secret: a hidden heir to the throne.

A Dance of Seduction

Amelia Fredericks, adopted as an infant by the mercurial but good-hearted queen, is now her most trusted companion. And yet . . . there are rumors. Is Amelia truly the orphaned daughter of a commoner -- or the secret daughter of the king himself?

A Dance of Danger

That's the question that haunts Perry Shepherd, Earl of Brentwood. Dispatched to spy on the queen, he has lost his heart to the lovely, loyal Amelia. But does the woman he adores belong to him alone . . . or to all of England?
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The king's coronation draws near, and a dance of intrigue and desire begins . . .

A Dance of Scandal

The notorious Queen Caroline, caught between broken dreams and a devious husband out to ruin her, may harbor a stunning secret: a hidden heir to the throne.

A Dance of Seduction

Amelia Fredericks, adopted as an infant by the mercurial but good-hearted queen, is now her most trusted companion. And yet . . . there are rumors. Is Amelia truly the orphaned daughter of a commoner -- or the secret daughter of the king himself?

A Dance of Danger

That's the question that haunts Perry Shepherd, Earl of Brentwood. Dispatched to spy on the queen, he has lost his heart to the lovely, loyal Amelia. But does the woman he adores belong to him alone . . . or to all of England?

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:18:15 -0400)

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Perry Shepard, the earl of Brentwood, doesn't talk about his service to England during the war with Napoleon, but his uncle knows that Perry is more than the Regency social gadfly he appears to be and insists that he spy on the estranged Queen Caroline, who has returned to England to be crowned at the coronation of her despised husband.… (more)

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