Diamonds and Deceit by Carol Rose

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New contemporary romance by the author of the bestselling romance "Always"

Irish expatriate Flynn Fitzpatrick lives a colorful life skirting the law while straight-arrow Ellie Holt sometimes can't resist her urge to level crooked pictures.

However, when a slightly-crooked Flynn lands on his feet out of no-where pretending to be her boss's nonexistent son, Ellie has to deal with him. The worst of it is that Ellie needs a "Thomas Cullen, III."

But she hates needing Flynn almost as much as she hates the lies that fall so easily from his mouth. And most of all, Ellie fears that she's finding herself needing Flynn on a whole other level.

Here's what reviewers are saying about this romance--

“This book was a great erotic romance. I was charmed by both main characters and I loved the story line.”~5 star Amazon review

“Carol Rose snags you from the very first and keeps you engaged in the story until the very end.”~5 star Amazon review

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Other contemporary romances by Carol Rose:
Momentary Marriage
Challenge Accepted
Roy's Rent-A-Hubby
Race The Darkness

About Carol Rose

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Carol Rose won second prize in the Stephen Leacock Poetry competition in 1994 and was nominated in 1996 for the John Hirsch Award for the most promising Manitoba writer. She is a valued colleague of Anne Szumigalski, David Margoshes and other noted prairie authors. Rose has toured with Mennonite poet Di Brandt performing their dialogical work Occupied Territories: An Argument in Poetry. She is currently co-editing Spider Women: A Tapestry of Creativity and Healing with Joan Turner. Carol Rose lives in Winnipeg. Her first poetry collection is Behind the Blue Gate (Beach Holme, 1997), which was recently awarded the Henry Fuerstenberg Award for Poetry by the Jewish Book Awards Committee.
Published January 10, 2014 by Carol Rose. 237 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Erotica. Fiction

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