Never Seduce A Scoundrel

Never Seduce A Scoundrel

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Even a cloistered young heiress in medieval England has her reckless moments. . .

Lord Oliver Bellecote has a way of bringing out the vixen in any woman. Any woman, that is, but Cecily Foxe, an innocent flower destined for the abbey who seems utterly immune to his charms. Or so he believes until the night they accidentally meet in the pagan ruins of Foxe Ring, and Oliver discovers that "Saint Cecily" is actually as tempting as sin. . .

Cecily would like nothing more than to forget her night of heated passion with the dangerously handsome Lord Bellecote. But denial proves quite impossible when she is charged with tending his every need during his stay at Fallstowe Castle. For only in his arms does she feel truly alive, despite the deadly secrets that surround his past--and threaten their tenuous future. . .

Praise for Never Kiss a Stranger

"Grothaus packs this medieval romance with humor and suspense. . . Her departure from the formulaic sensuality of many historical makes this tale a delightful read." –Publishers Weekly(starred review)

"A charming romance." –RT Book Reviews

Baker & Taylor
After one night of heated passion with Lord Oliver Bellecote in the pagan ruins of Foxe Ring, Cecily Foxe, a seemingly innocent beauty destined for the abbey, is unable to forget how she felt in his arms despite the deadly secrets that surround his past.

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& Taylor

After one night of heated passion with Lord Oliver Bellecote in the pagan ruins of Foxe Ring, Cecily Foxe, a seemingly innocent beauty destined for the abbey, is unable to forget how she felt in his arms despite the deadly secrets that surround his past. Original.


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