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A Past Revenge

Carole Mortimer

Publisher: Harlequin Presents

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Summary

Vengeance—and the man who wronged her—drives a virgin to distraction in this classic romance by the bestselling author of the Ruthless Regency Dukes series. 
 
Artist Danielle Smith is shocked to learn that wealthy, arrogant oil tycoon Nicholas Andracas has plans for her: he wants a portrait painted . . . and to seduce her with his lethal charm! Nicholas obviously doesn’t recognize her as the innocent young woman who gave him her virginity seven years ago. And Danielle soon sees her chance to pay him back for the pain he’d caused . . .  
 
But how can she keep Nicholas at arm’s length, when all she wants is to succumb to his powerful seduction?
Available since: 04/03/2017.
Print length: 187 pages.

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