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Publisher Description

An outrageous masquerade fraught with peril and passion... 

~ When renegade Irishman Ryan Coleraine is persuaded to accompany the adventurous Raveneau family to Regency London to spy for America during the War of 1812, he discovers that he must not only pretend to be their son… but also a fop! Meanwhile, Lindsay Raveneau, a lovely and independent bluestocking, finds herself with a "brother" who challenges and arouses her in the most unsettling ways... 

Danger, intrigue, and forbidden desire mount as Ryan and Lindsay carry their daring masquerade to the elegant drawing rooms of Regency society. Adding to the tensions are Lindsay’s parents – André and Devon Raveneau from SILVER STORM – who must attempt to chaperone their daughter and her "brother" under their own roof! 

SURRENDER THE STARS is pure delight – deliciously sensuous, humorous, and vibrant with the magic of love. Cynthia Wright has written another "keeper!" 

Rakes & Rebels: The Raveneau Family series:

1 - SILVER STORM (André & Devon) 

2 - HER HUSBAND, THE RAKE: a sequel novella (André & Devon) 

3 – SMUGGLER’S MOON (Sebastian & Julia) 

4 - THE SECRET OF LOVE (Gabriel & Isabella) 

5 - SURRENDER THE STARS (Ryan & Lindsay) 

6 - HIS MAKE-BELIEVE BRIDE (Justin & Mouette) 

7 - HIS RECKLESS BARGAIN (Nathan & Adrienne) 

8 - TEMPEST (Adam & Cathy)

August 19
Boxwood Manor Books
Cynthia Challed

Customer Reviews

Lapoppis ,

Surrender the Stars

My favorite book of the series. Love all the references to great historical figures that shaped America.

Moonprints ,

Surrender The Stars

It was ok. I'm beginning to think that all of her female characters exhibit the same qualities are are seeming too much the same - the same applies to the relationships. Sex is so repetitive, it just seems gratuitous and ends up lacking luster. Enjoyed reading and feeling the time period until the word "smarmy" was used and felt totally ripped out of the book and time frame since that word did NOT exist in that time period. This word originated in the early 1900s.

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