The Temptress

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The Temptress

The Temptress

  • Author : Jude Deveraux
  • ISBN Code : 0743459393
  • Genre : Fiction
  • Publisher : Simon and Schuster
  • Number of Pages : 352
  • Publish Date : 2004-02-01

From New York Times bestselling doyenne of romance, Jude Deveraux’s sexy novel from her popular series featuring the Montgomery family is a wild tale of romance on the run—when a kidnapper falls for his beautiful mark...who is the true captive? With a daughter as strong-willed and independent as Christiana, her father is certain she won’t come home on her own—so he decides to send two men to bring her back. So, with the blazing spirit of a true Montgomery, heiress and newspaper reporter Christiana Montgomery Mathison bravely defies the two men who abduct her. Forced into the primitive rain forests of the Washington Territory, she is swept into a thrilling adventure. Amid schemes of greed and intrigue, the bold beauty resists the wooing of one captor and cleverly entices the other, the mysterious and fatally handsome Tynan, a man who desires her...but must refuse her love at all costs.

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