Under cover of darkness, a highwayman silently waits. In an approaching carriage travels a beautiful womanaentirely alone. Lady Roisin Melville is escaping London and the fortune-hunting gentlemen of the ton, only to be held up by a masked figure. He demands her money or her lifeashe will sacrifice neither. But something about his broad shoulders and soft Scottish burr keeps her from immediately firing her pistol. With her gun trained on this daring rogue, can Roisin persuade him to take nothing more than a kiss?Realising her faux pas, she lowered her eyes, pinkening slightly. a#39;What I mean to say, Roisin, is that he will be good to you.a#39; a#39;Thank you.a#39; Roisin attempted a smile. In truth, she had been looking forward to this day. She re- membered well Lordanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Rogue's Kiss|
|Publisher||:||Harlequin - 2007-07-01|