Book Reviews of Dangerous to Hold

Dangerous to Hold
Dangerous to Hold
Author: Elizabeth Thornton
ISBN-13: 9780553574791
ISBN-10: 0553574795
Publication Date: 4/1/1996
Pages: 352
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 28 ratings
Publisher: Bantam
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 1
Well written but I prefer my romances without the "someone is trying to kill us!" subplot.
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Enjoyable reading.
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From the back of the book:

A HEARTLESS RAKE

He'd accosted her on a dark London street, sure that she was his missing wife. But a few moments in her company assured Marcus Lytton that Miss Catherine Courtnay was nothing like Catalina. Cool and remote, with a tongue as tart as a lemon and eyes that could flash with temper, the fiery-haired beauty was everything his scheming adventuress of a wife wasn't--innocent, loyal, honest. And so he uttered the words that would sweep Catherine into his life, and into a desperate plan that could spell disaster for them both: "I want you to play the part of my wife..."

A BEAUTIFUL IMPOSTOR

As the infamous Earl of Wrotham waited impatiently for her answer, Catherine knew she was going to agree to his proposition, but not for the reasons he thought. More than anyone else, Catherine was aware of the dark side of Marcus Lytton, the heartless, unscrupulous rake who saw seduction as a game, and women as playthings to be used and discarded. Yet when he insisted that his life was in jeopardy, she believed him. And only when she found herself ensconced in his home and in his bedchamber did Catherine stop to realize just how dangerous her own position was...as Marcus began to plumb the depths of her secrets--and her secret desires...
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A heartless rake. He'd accosted her on a dark London street, sure that she was his missing wife. But a few moments in her company assured Marcus Lytton that Miss Catherine Courtnay was nothing like Catalina. Cool and remote, with a tongue as tart as a lemon and eyes that could flash with temper, the fiery-haired beauty was everything his scheming and adventuress of a wife wasn't--innocent, loyal, honest. And so he uttered the words that would sweep Catherine into his life, and into a desperate plan that could spell disaster for the both: "I want you to play the part of my wife..."