Madame's Deception by Renee Bernard

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When an innocent takes over a bordello, can her seduction be far behind?

Jocelyn Tolliver believes that her mother's couture business financed her European boarding school education. Imagine her shock when she discovers that her dying mother is the infamous Madame of London's elite Crimson Belle. Promising to care for the bordello and its ladies, Jocelyn, a virginal bookworm, transforms herself and is soon known as the reclusive Madame DeBourcier.

Rakish Alex Randall, Lord Colwick, is determined to win admittance to the intriguing Madame's bed. His outrageous attempts to garner her favor cannot go unnoticed for long. . . . When danger threatens the elegant women of the Belle, Jocelyn strikes a bargain with Alex, hoping he can provide some protection. But Jocelyn's deception forces her and Alex into a passionate battle of wills in which all illusions will be shattered . . . and all desires fulfilled.

About Renee Bernard

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Renee Bernard is a freelance writer and a contributor to Romantic Times Bookclub magazine. Renee currently lives in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains in Northern California.
Published August 28, 2007 by Pocket Books. 368 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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