A Most Reckless Lady by Fae Foley

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He was her guardian. But could he protect her from her own reckless desire—for him?

A most reckless encounter...

Without warning, Lucas Strathmere's horse threw him into a snowdrift—at the feet of the most beautiful creature he'd ever seen. So this was Tatiana, the peasant girl he'd risked his life to find. Clad in breeches, she had the bearing of a duchess and the unbridled sensuality of a peasant. Not even Lucas, Earl of Somerleigh, could imagine the consequences as he swept her to England, determined to transform her into a lady fit for the ton . . . and uncover the mystery of her past.

A most reckless passion...

She'd learn a proper lady's ways, wear a proper lady's stays—all the better to turn her disapproving guardian into a very improper gentleman indeed. As Tatiana conquered Brighton and brought the randy Prince Regent to his knees, suddenly everything changed: Someone was following her, someone who knew the truth about her past. And even Lucas couldn't protect her—or himself—from the greatest danger of all: flashfire desire, and the scandal she courted in his arms. . . .

About Fae Foley

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Sandy Hingston, a native of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, graduated from Duke University in 1978.  A Most Reckless Lady is her fourteenth historical romance.  A contributing writer for Philadelphia magazine and columnist for Microsoft Network's UnderWire, she lives in Pottstown, Pennsylvania, with her husband, two children, one cat, and one puppy.  She writes at night--when they're all asleep.
Published January 1, 1975 by Dell Feb. 1975. 416 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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When Tatiana's village is burned and her parents and fianc killed, Lucas is clear on only one thing--someone else wants Tatiana dead.

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