Rosie lived a knave's life on the streets of London, singing for her supper with a ragtag band of actors who were always one step ahead of the law. It was a credit to her thespian skills everyone thought she was a boy. But even Rosie couldn't fool a shrewd observer like Sir Anthony Rycliffe, a dangerous and exciting man with a few secrets of his own.
Now she had to play the most difficult role of her careeroffstage, as Rycliffe's wife, in an arranged marriage. Her only obstacle was that devil Rycliffe, wreaking havoc with her senses each time he kissed the well-rehearsed smile off her lips.
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Christina Dodd has penned eight historical romances from A Candle in the Window to Move Heaven and Earth which have gone on to win numerous industry awards, including the Golden Heart and RITA awards, and have earned her a permanent home on the bestseller lists.
Plotting a particularly juicy story will bring any conversation to a screeching halt, as she has discovered countless times while dining out with her husband and their two teenage daughters. "Should I shoot him while he's swimming in the river or after he's crawled onto the bank?; It's not an orgy if there are only two people involved; Kill him, kill her, I don't care, just make sure the dog lives!" Not many people would consider this normal dinner chit-chat, but to this Texas clan, it's one of the benefits of a having a romance writer in the family.
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Book Description Harpercollins (Mm), 1999. Mass Market Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0061085618
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