Don't Tempt Me by Loretta Chase

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Spunky English girl overcomes impossible odds and outsmarts heathen villains.

That's the headline when Zoe Lexham returns to England. After twelve years in the exotic east, she's shockingly adept in the sensual arts. She knows everything a young lady shouldn't and nothing she ought to know. She's a walking scandal, with no hope of a future . . . unless someone can civilize her.

Lucien de Grey, the Duke of Marchmont, is no knight in shining armor. He's cynical, easily bored, and dangerous to women. He charms, seduces, and leaves them—with parting gifts of expensive jewelry to dry their tears. But good looks, combined with money and rank, makes him welcome everywhere. The most popular bachelor in the Beau Monde can easily save Zoe's risqué reputation . . . if the wayward beauty doesn't lead him into temptation, and a passion that could ruin them both.


About Loretta Chase

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LORETTA CHASE holds a B.A. from Clark University, where she majored in English. In the course of moonlighting as a corporate video scriptwriter, she fell under the spell of a producer who lured her into writing novels . . . and married him. The union has resulted in more than a dozen books and a number of awards, including the Romance Writers of America's RITA® Award.
Published June 22, 2009 by HarperCollins e-books. 384 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The primary aim of the story is solid: To get Zoe accepted into society.

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Lynne 18 Apr 2014

first off, the plot is really cool - talk about a brave, intelligent heroine!. 2nd, the sense of humor (for those of us who are used to the morals of that time) is enought to make you laugh until ...

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