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With his seductive golden eyes and sin-­black hair, it's no wonder Lord Alex Trevegne has earned himself the sinister title-­not to mention his reputation as one of the most notorious rakes in England. When fate throws Alex and Elysia into a scandalous situation, Alex suddenly finds it surprisingly difficult to tear himself away from her. As an unexpected passion blossoms between them, Elysia begins to wonder if after a lifetime of heartache she's finally found heaven in the arms of the devil.

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"The plot has imaginative twists and turns, and the backgrounds are lush and evocative. It's good, satisfying fun.­" After escaping the slaughter of her clan at a young age, Scottish noblewoman Sabrina Verrick provides for her siblings by living a double life, until the night she encounters the Duke, and her secret and all she holds dear is threatened... With his inheritance at stake, Lucien, Duke of Camareigh, sets a trap for the Scottish beauty with the piercing violet eyes, never imagining what will happen when the trap is sprung... As their lives become irreversibly entangled, Lucien and Sabrina become each other's biggest threat, as well as their only salvation... "Ms. McBain's flare for the romantic intermingled with suspense will keep the reader riveted to the story until the last page.­" "Vivid sense of description, colorful characters... I found myself happily lost in the magnificence of the storytelling.­"

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Laurie McBain's classic bestselling Dominick saga"Now you can see how easily an ill-­spoken word can cast doubt on or even destroy the feelings we thought inviolate,­" Dante warned her. "Never let anyone turn you against me, Rhea. Promise me that.­"Newly-­wed, Lady Rhea Claire and Dante Leighton must return to England, where their reception is anything but warm.­Now armed with wealth and power, Dante is a target for the murderous smugglers who despoiled his family home, while Rhea's father, the powerful Duke of Camareigh, vehemently rejects their marriage.­The two lovers thought themselves invincible together. But in the riveting conclusion of McBain's epic trilogy, Dante's determination to reclaim his family seat and Rhea's desperation to win over her father threaten to cause an insurmountable rift that could break them apart forever.­Praise for Laurie McBain:­"Well-­crafted and wonderfully romantic.­"—­Romantic Times"Lush and...

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The epic New York Times bestselling Civil War era romance by Laurie McBain IN A WORLD BENT ON KEEPING THEM APART, CAN TWO LOST SOULS FIND LOVE?
Virginia, 1860. For Leigh Alexandra Travers, life at her family's Virginia plantation is a paradise of summer picnics and sweet tea. The daughter of a wealthy Southern horse breeder, Leigh has no interest in the outside world. Until she meets Neil Braedon... Young and beautiful, Leigh catches the sharp eye of Neil Braedon, raised to manhood by Comanches, not by the Braedons of Royal Bay Manor. Their stolen kiss inflames a life-­altering passion. As war storms across the divided land, Leigh's family fights to preserve their fading Southern heritage, even as Neil joins the Union army. Against all odds, in tumultuous times, can Leigh and Neil forge a new future in the untamed West? Praise for Laurie McBain:
"Wonderfully romantic.­"-­Romantic Times
"Lush and evocative.­"-­Publishers Weekly **About the Author Laurie McBain became a publishing . . .

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The beloved New York Times bestselling Dominick TrilogyRhea blinked in disbelief. "What an insufferable man you are. And whether you are, as you would have me believe, a marquis, or whether you are a tinker, I would still find you the rudest, most vulgar individual I have ever had the misfortune to encounter.­""Well done, my dear. I am impressed by this splendid show of ladylike disdain, feigned though it be, but well done nonetheless. But the light of truth has revealed you in my cabin. Now, how do you explain yourself out of that?­"Lady Rhea Claire, kidnapped and shipped to the Colonies as an indentured servant, manages with wits and courage to escape...­straight into the arms of a ruthless English pirate.­For all his worldly ways, Dante Leighton, Marquis of Jacqobi and captain of the Sea Dragon, never expected to discover his redemption and his greatest treasure within the amethyst eyes of a beautiful English refugee.­Praise for...

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