The World is a Stage by Tamara Morgan
(Games of Love)

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Danger comes packaged in bulging muscles...and a codpiece.

Games of Love, Book 2

Highland Games athlete Michael O'Leary is famous for his ability to charm a woman right out of her pants. Maybe a little too famous. When he's sidelined with a knee injury, his wingman pounces on the chance to take full advantage of Michael's idle time.

Trying out for the local adult-themed Shakespearean production seems simple, but there's a catch. Michael must woo the notoriously demanding lead actress, Rachel Hewitt, thereby freeing his friend to pursue a courtship of Rachel's sister.

Rachel hates the thought of handing over the lead role in her admittedly scandalous troupe to someone so wholly uneducated in the ways of the Great Bard. But she's in a bind, and the only one who can step up is a man who looks way too good in a codpiece--and knows it.

To add insult to injury, he refuses to take the role until she agrees to take his place in some barbaric warrior race. She'll do it, but not with a smile. Unfortunately, the hardest part isn't antagonizing her Scottish foes. It's resisting the one man who seems determined to line and cue her heart--forever.

Warning: This book's half-naked Shakespearean actors are not approved of or acknowledged by people with actual literary merit. Neither are the dirty limericks.


About Tamara Morgan

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Tamara Morgan is a romance writer and unabashed lover of historical reenactments-the more elaborate the costume requirements, the better. Tamara lives in the Inland Northwest with her husband and daughter. She can be found online at or, much more often than is good for her, on Twitter at @Tamara_Morgan.
Published June 5, 2012 by Samhain Publishing, Ltd.. 274 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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