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Publisher Description

A gothic romance novel set in Louisiana

There is a tide in the affairs of men, Which taken at the flood, leads on to fortune… 

                                                    William Shakespeare

His whole career, Remy Mistral has fought for reform in a state where corruption is an art form. Now is his chance to quit talking about reform and make his move to change things, but two things stand in his way. 

One is a woman, the other a killer.

Dorothy Morgana Merlinn would like some answers but her parents are dead—her father by an assassin’s bullet—so she’ll have to settle for justice. She’ll do what it takes to get it, including making a deal with Remy Mistral, the man who humiliated her ten years ago.

But when she stirs up the Louisiana mud, she gets more than she bargained for, including a romance with the man she planned to put in the crosshairs to flush out a killer.

Greed, corruption and betrayal clutter the board in a complicated chess game with life, death and love on the line…

Praise for A Dangerous Dance:

“Sinister and twisted individuals make this suspense thriller quite the dark and intense read. Jones cranks up the action and danger, as well as psychological suspense. Nail biting fun!” Romantic Times Magazine

I really enjoyed A Dangerous Dance...I found myself drawn into these complicated figures, who all seem to have an ulterior motive...I found the characters to be similar to a chess game, where you draw your opponent into a checkmate. This is a very interesting book that will keep you intrigued to the very end.” Romance Reviews Today

May 24
Pauline Baird Jones
Pauline Baird Jones

Customer Reviews

Heather d b ,

Great book

This was a really great book. I loved the storyline and the characters. Both are very well written and developed. The story line pulled me in from the start and held my interest to the end. The author is very talented and I’m looking forward to reading more by this author. I couldn’t put this book down and would recommend reading.

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