Jackie and the Giant by Linda Winstead Jones

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Tonight was the night. Jacqueline Beresford's life as a female cat-burglar would finally end--after one last treasure made her rich. The beautiful Faberge egg was within her grasp. She could almost feel the intricate designs touching her fingertips. She could almost see the sparkling jewels in the light of day. She could almost hear--a man right behind her! The giant of a man threw a shadow over Jackie's reaching hand and her dreams of great fortune. He could have crushed her with a single blow--but he didn't. Instead, he lifted her up. Rory Donovan gave Jackie a job as his son's own governess. He wanted to help her--and perhaps to love her. But could Jackie trust a man who had used her sins to make himself her master?

About Linda Winstead Jones

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Jones is a Management Information Systems Software Training and End-User Support Coordinator at Purdue University. She has a Bachelors degree from Manchester College in North Manchester, Indiana.
Published January 1, 1999 by Love Spell. 400 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, History. Fiction

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