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After her wealthy merchant father is accused of murder, Elise Rand goes to the only person she knows who can help: Patrick Hamilton, Regency London's most brilliant trial lawyer. But no amount of cash will convince Patrick to take on what appears to be a doomed case. So Elise is forced to put her reputation, her sanity, and her heart on the line when she offers a very different method of payment for his legal services: herself. But what neither of them could have ever expected are the true feelings that bubble up after a few stolen kisses.

©1995 Anita Mills (P)2014 Audible, Inc.

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Oh. Such a delightful read

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Real characters, depth, wonderful different voices, distinct male/female voices, story line believable, surprise ending ,and real love.

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Anita MIlls can spin quite a story. I have read her books over and over enjoying them to the fullest.

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  • 04-05-15

Unexpected happenings for a Victorian romance...

I love the Victorian romances that's heroin's are outspoken and determind. This met all expectations and had a bit of unexpected dramatic twist at the end. Love the way the book followed the Victorian romance and then it became a story in itself with an ending that followed the characters and plotline to a natural conclusion.