By Rosemary Rogers
Legacy of danger
Headstrong yet sheltered, Raine Wimbourne longs for adventure--and whilst her unwell father finds a heavily guarded mystery, she seizes her probability. Disguised as England's such a lot infamous highwayman, Raine vows to uphold her father's legacy as champion of the terrible. Then a hour of darkness stumble upon with the robust Philippe Gautier exhibits her the cost of keeping her family's honor...
A hostage heart
Philippe Gautier has a undertaking of his own--and the gorgeous impostor he's providing to justice might carry the main to saving his brother's lifestyles. he'll cease at not anything to maintain Raine shut. yet as they shuttle from the city homes of London to the streets of France, can he persuade his untamed captive to danger all of it at the promise of ardour?
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A Daring Passion by Rosemary Rogers