Dangerous by Amanda Quick

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From a magnificent ballroom ablaze with lights to an imposing country house steeped in shadows comes a breathtaking tale of an impetuous miss—and a passion that leads to peril...

At five and twenty, Prudence Merryweather knew very well tht risks a woman took by visiting a gentleman in the dead of night. But bearding the notorious Earl of Angelstone in his den was the only way to stop him from engaging her hot-headed brother in a duel. And that was why she found herself ushered into Sebastian's frobidding presence at three int the morning—and thoroughly kissed before dawn.

She was a country-bred innocent—and an intriguing experience for a man who dwelt more in the shadows than in the sunshine. Yet as her boldness drew Prue into one dangerous episode after another, Sebastian found himself torn between a raging hunger to possess her and a driving need to protect her. And the reckless beauty would soon need all the protection she could get...

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About Amanda Quick

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Quick is a pseudonym for Jayne Ann Krentz, the author-under various pen names-of more than forty New York Times bestsellers. There are more than 25 million copies of her books in print.
Published December 18, 2009 by Bantam. 354 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Russia, with its policy of conquest in central Asia and the Caucasus, would seem to offer ideal material for Mr. Said’s argument, Mr. Irwin notes, but mysteriously plays no role at all in “Orientalism.” Mr. Irwin writes for a general audience in a lively, readable style.

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An adviser to Frederick the Great, citing Tacitus, called the German people “still the same aboriginal and indigenous nation which has preserved its independence, its name and its language from its origin to this day.” Fichte, Herder, Grimm — they and many others repeated the main Tacitean tropes.

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Here’s Berkeley economist and former Clinton official Brad DeLong, Berkeley economist and former Obama administration official Christina Romer, former IMF chief economist Simon Johnson, Dean Baker, Harvard economist and crisis researcher Carmen Reinhart, the University of Texas economist James K.

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