To root out the card cheat responsible for her brother's death, Miss Delia Trevor spends her evenings dancing her way through high society balls, and her late nights disguised as a young man gambling her way through London's gaming hells. Then one night, handsome Warren Corry, the Marquess of Knightford, a notorious member of St. George's Club, recognizes her. When he threatens to reveal her secret, she's determined to keep him from ruining her plans, even if it means playing a cat-and-mouse game with the enigmatic rakehell.
Warren knows the danger of her game, and he refuses to watch her lose everything while gaining justice for her late brother. But when she starts to delve beneath his carefully crafted facade, can he keep her at arm's length while still protecting her? Or will their hot desires explode into a love that transcends the secrets of their pasts?
©2016 Sabrina Jeffries, LLC (P)2016 Tantor
I write romantic suspense with a little southern grit. I love romance & adventure w/a little mystery & suspense. I believe in happy endings.
Audiobooks have become an obsession! I listen to them in the car, at work and cleaning house! They are perfect when your favorite writers come out with a new book and you're too busy to stop and read!
I have been a fan of Sabrina Jeffries for many years. Meeting her in person was the highlight of my existence! She's a fabulous lady and I adore her stories.
The Danger of Desire is one of her best yet! She combines grief, intrigue and desire into a tale that has the reader gasping for more!
Beverley A. Crick's performance of this story brings to life the characters and the time period.
If you love a little matchmaking, strong characters with a heroine willing to risk all for those she loves, and a handsome rake who has a dark secret, you will love The Danger of Desire!
Quite a nice read/listen. I'm a Sabrina Jeffries fan and this latest book did not disappoint.
I won't go into the plot; that's available elsewhere. The characters were fun and enjoyable as was the story. The narration was top-notch.
I did find the resolution of the gambling storyline a bit confusing and rushed but not enough to ruin the book for me.
I look forward to the next book in this series.
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