The Surrender of a Lady by Tiffany Clare

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Sold. With one word, Lady Elena Ravenscliffe's destiny changes forever. Forced into Constantinople's slave market to pay off her late husband's debts and save her son, Elena reinvents herself as Jinan—a harem girl adored by the rich lords who bid on her favors. But one man instantly sees through her façade.

Griffin Summerfield, Marquess of Rothburn, let Elena slip through his fingers years ago. When he recognizes her on the auction block, he pays an outrageous sum to possess her, even if it is for a short period of time. But when his deadline looms, Griffin will risk all in a desperate bid to make her his—and his alone…

The Surrender of a Lady was Tiffany Clare's debut novel—a dazzling, bold historical romance.


About Tiffany Clare

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Deciding that life had far more to offer than a nine to five job, bickering children in the evening and housework of any kind, Tiffany Clare opened up her laptop to rediscover her love of the written word. Tiffany writes historical romances set in the Victorian era for St. Martin's Press. She lives in Toronto with her ever-patient photographer husband, two mischievous children, a cat that thinks he's a dog and a dog that thinks she's human. Tiffany loves to hear from readers. You can contact her through her website at
Published September 28, 2010 by St. Martin's Paperbacks. 336 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Salacious sensuality doesn't quite trump an unlikely setting in this intensely erotic but otherwise incoherent debut. Lady Elena Ravenscliffe is sold by her gambler husband to a vastly improbable hare

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