Dangerous in Diamonds
ISBN 9780515149340 | 368 pages | 26 Apr 2011 | Jove | 6.49 x 4.29in | 18 - AND UP
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The breathtaking finale of Madeline Hunter's magnificent quartet..."The last installment in Hunter's "Rarest Blooms" quartet (Ravishing in Red, Provocative in Pearls, Sinful in Satin) .... bring[s] the series to a satisfying close. The incorporation of historical events... intensifies our heroine's precarious situation. And could there be a more arrogant duke-or one more irresistible? Hunter's flowery centerpiece will suit every romance table. Highly recommended."
Outrageously wealthy, the Duke of Castleford has little incentive to curb his profligate ways-gaming and whoring with equal abandon and enjoying his hedonistic lifestyle to the fullest. When a behest adds a small property to his vast holdings, one that houses a modest flower business known as The Rarest Blooms, Castleford sees little to interest him...until he lays eyes on its owner. Daphne Joyes is coolly mysterious, exquisitely beautiful, and utterly scathing toward a man of Castleford's stamp-in short, an object worthy of his most calculated seduction.
Daphne has no reason to entertain Castleford's outrageous advances, and every reason to keep him as far away as possible from her eclectic household. Not only has she been sheltering young ladies who have been victims of misfortune, but she has her own closely guarded secrets. Then Daphne makes a discovery that changes everything. She and Castleford have one thing in common: a profound hatred for the Duke of Becksbridge, who just happens to be Castleford's relative.
Never before were two people less likely to form an alliance-or to fall in love...
-Bette-Lee Fox, Library Journal
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