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Pamela Darby needs a man…



…preferably a Highland brute with more brawn than brains. Determined to save her sister from selling her virtue, the resourceful beauty requires a strapping specimen to pose as a duke’s long-lost heir. Pamela plans to collect the generous reward, then send him on his way. Lucky for the brazen beauty, the seductive, silver-eyed highwayman who just held up their carriage could be her man . . . 


The last thing highwayman Connor Kincaid needs is a woman…



Connor has given up on his dream of restoring his clan's honor. And now this plucky Englishwoman is asking him to take part in a risky charade that could land them both on the gallows. Never a man to resist a challenge or the allure of a beautiful woman, Connor strikes the devil’s bargain that could seal both their fates. The highwayman and the hellion journey to London as both enemies and allies—a woman who has everything to gain and a man who has nothing to lose. . .but his heart.


Book 2 of 2 of the Kincaid Sibling Series, which includes Some Like It Wicked and Some Like It Wild



Book 4 of 5 of the Highland Hearts Series (Can be read in any order) 


The Highland Hearts Series includes The Devil Wears Plaid, Heather and Velvet, A Whisper of RosesSome Like It Wicked and Some Like It Wild 


“Wonderful and wickedly humorous and touching. A banquet filled with luscious and decadent treats that will leave you longing for more. Medeiros is a storyteller extraordinaire!”—Romantic Times


“This book has it all—sensual tension, sexy romance, adventure and sparkling dialogue…a story readers won’t want to miss!”—Romance Reviews Today


“A superbly plotted story laced with just enough mystery and danger to keep readers on edge.”—Library Journal


“Hot passion and amusing adventures aplenty. This is a true romantic’s romance!”—Coffee Time Romance


ENGLISH LANGUAGE EDITION

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2013
April 14
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
374
Pages
PUBLISHER
Amber House Books, LLC
SIZE
772.7
KB

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