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Title:
Dancing with a rogue
Author:
Potter, Patricia, 1940-
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Publication Information:
New York : Berkley Pub. Group, 2003.
Physical Description:
421 pages ; 18 cm
General Note:
"A Berkley Sensation historical romance"--spine.
Language:
English
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ISBN:
9780425191002
Format :
Book

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From the USA Today bestselling author comes a story of two desperate people who find themselves enmeshed in a deadly dance and dangerous passion as they--unbeknownst to each other--seek revenge on the same three men who destroyed their families. Original.


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Booklist Review

The powerful, nefarious Thomas Kane, earl of Stanhope, and his colleagues are responsible for the death of Merry Anders' mother. So Merry, now famous as the French actress Monique Fremont, wants revenge. The same men are responsible for the ruin and suicide of Gabriel Manning's father. Gabriel, who's inherited a title and become rich from privateering, lives only to fulfill the oath of revenge his father made him take when he was 10 years old. Neither Merry nor Gabriel knows the other's plan to make Kane pay for his crimes. And even after they meet and fall in love, and in spite of the fact that the earl of Stanhope is Merry's father, nothing can extinguish their mutual thirst for revenge. Once again, Potter, author most recently of Broken Honor (2001), proves that she's adept at penning both enthralling historicals and captivating contemporary novels. --Shelley Mosley Copyright 2003 Booklist


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