The Greatest of Sins by Christine Merrill
(The Sinner and the Saint)

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In terms of the execution, the book is well written, as one would expect from an established author like Christine Merrill. Sam, the tortured hero is engaging and sympathetic...
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Giving in to temptation would be the ruin of them all!

Having spent years believing a lie about his birth, Dr. Samuel Hastings has been condemned to a personal hell of his desire's making—his sinful thoughts of the one woman he can never touch would damn his soul for eternity.

Lady Evelyn Thorne is engaged to the very suitable Duke of St. Aldric when a shocking truth is revealed—and now Sam will play every bit of the devil to seduce the woman he thought would always be denied him!

 

About Christine Merrill

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Christine Merrill wanted to be a writer for as long as she can remember. During a stint as a stay-at-home-mother, she decided it was time to “write that book.” She could set her own hours and would never have to wear pantyhose to work! It was a slow start but she slogged onward and seven years later, she got the thrill of seeing her first book hit the bookstores. Christine lives in Wisconsin with her family. Visit her website at: www.christine-merrill.com
 
Published May 1, 2013 by Harlequin Historical. 281 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Caz Owens on Aug 29 2013

In terms of the execution, the book is well written, as one would expect from an established author like Christine Merrill. Sam, the tortured hero is engaging and sympathetic...

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