Pleasurably Undone! by Christine Merrill, Michelle Willingham, Louise Allen, Terri

By Christine Merrill, Michelle Willingham, Louise Allen, Terri Brisbin, Diane Gaston

”Seducing a Stranger” - Christine MerrillLieutenant Tom Godfrey returns domestic to discover younger widow Victoria Paget in a bawdy apartment. What starts off as a one-night seduction quickly ends up in more…”The Viking's Forbidden Love-Slave” - Michelle WillinghamThough Aisling ? Brannon is meant for the king's mattress, warrior Tharand needs to come to a decision: please his king or retain her for himself!“Disrobed and Dishonored” - Louise AllenSarah Tatton wishes out of her engagement, and highwayman Jonathan Kirkland could be the guy to coach her the paintings of love.“A evening for Her excitement” - Terri BrisbinTough nobleman Simon and blameless Elise married for convenience--but on their marriage ceremony evening, either observe ecstasy!“The Unlacing of omit Leigh” - Diane GastonDisfigured Captain Graham Veall by no means anticipated virginal Margaret Leigh to reply to his advert for lady corporation. Can she soothe his internal wounds?Also offered individually from Harlequin ancient Undone.

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Louise lives in Bedfordshire and works as a property manager, but spends as much time as possible with her husband or traveling abroad. Venice, Burgundy and the Greek islands are favorite atmospheric destinations. uk, for the latest news! TERRI BRISBIN is wife to one, mother of three and dental hygienist to hundreds when not living the life of a glamorous romance author. She was born, raised and is still living in the southern New Jersey suburbs. Terri’s love of history led her to write time-travel romances and historical romances set in Scotland and England.

The abbess would pull aside a portrait or a drapery to give him his first glimpse of the woman who awaited. She was to beguile him with her movements, allowing them both to pretend that she was unaware. She nodded to the abbess. The woman nodded back. ” Then she departed, closing the door behind her. Victoria examined her surroundings, surprised that it was no different than a common bedroom. The walls were covered in cream silk, but there were no paintings or any sort of ornament. The room was empty but for a wardrobe, a small dressing table and mirror, and a great soft bed with virginal white sheets.

I will take care of sending for what I need. ” He looked surprised at her sudden denial. But then he shrugged as though he did not want to broach a topic that she might find embarrassing or painful. “Very well. I will trust to your own judgment in such matters. ” He raised an eyebrow, and smiled. “I should think it would be obvious. Your reputation is as precious to me as it is to you. ” She colored. She had been so long married, and out of London society, that she had almost forgotten that anyone might care.

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