A Sense of Sin by Elizabeth Essex

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He Could Be Her Ruin

After a shocking letter and then a mysterious warning about the dangers of unworthy men, Celia Burke is on edge. With her precarious position in society, the merest look could tear her reputation to tatters. And the roguish viscount pursuing her seems interested in far more than just a look. . .

She Could Be His Salvation

Rupert Delacorte, Viscount Darling, believes the ravishing Miss Celia Burke played some part in his beloved sister's death. Looking for revenge, he swears he'll seduce and ruin her--without actually touching her. Yet to win Celia's trust and ignite her passions, Delacorte must open his hardened heart to her--and in the process, risk falling for the very woman he hoped to destroy. . .


About Elizabeth Essex

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Elizabeth Essex is the acclaimed author of historical novels including The Pursuit of Pleasure and A Sense of Sin. When not re-reading Jane Austen, sipping tea or mucking about her garden, Elizabeth can be found at her computer, making up wonderful stories about people who live far more interesting lives than she. It wasn't always so. Elizabeth graduated from Hollins College with a BA in Classical Studies and Art History, and then earned her MA from Texas A&M University in Nautical Archaeology, also known as the archaeology of shipwrecks.
Published April 1, 2011 by Kensington Books. 353 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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