By Susan Johnson
Writer of a dozen nationwide bestsellers, award-winner Susan Johnson beguiles once again with this breathtaking novel, a mix of scandalous event, sensual love, and greater than just... a marginally of Sin.Beatrix Grosvenor could not were stuck in a extra compromising place: locked in a Parisian condo with the physique of a murdered man. She may simply wish that the charismatic stranger who discovered her might think her tale of abduction and assassination, and unfastened her to come back to her younger son in England.But Pasha Duras was once no longer approximately to permit her get away so easily. The popular libertine did not think Trixi's fanciful story, yet there has been no denying the temptation of her beauty. He could accompany her domestic, on a sensual trip that might start with the main tantalizing of seductions--and finish with a perilous discovery.Trixi's enemies have been real. Her baby used to be at their mercy... and Pasha's newly woke up center may perhaps end up to be his undoing.
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As soon as the door shut behind the dressmaker, Trixi took issue with Pasha. " "Why don't we discuss it later," Pasha murmured, casting a glance in the direction of a young modiste still folding gowns. " The cry exploded into the hushed, silk-hung room. Swinging around, Trixi stood transfixed, her gaze on the pretty, dark-haired modiste dashing across the room. " She clutched at his arms, her eyes wet with tears. "You said… you'd… help me… if I ever needed help! You said you would," she sobbed.
When she didn't reply, he immediately offered his apologies. "You needn't apologize," she said at last. " Her voice was so low he had to strain to hear. " It took effort to keep his voice neutral. " She looked momentarily distracted and then uncomfortable, a small grimace evidence of her unease. " He knew brutal men like that. " he gently asked, sympathy in his gaze. " "How miserable for you," he kindly said. "Yes," she murmured, forcibly suppressing the wash of cruel memory. " "My parents were gone.
Given his dark, devilish looks, Pasha had the rare capacity to look angelic. "Not quite that," he pleasantly dissented. "Now, Charles, I presume you've assured Marie of Gustave's release," he declared, not inclined to publicly discuss his feelings for Lady Grosvenor. "As much as possible, given the information we have. As I mentioned earlier apropos diplomatic relations with Turkey," he went on, "there are no unconditional guarantees, although with Guilleminot on our side, all should go smoothly.