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This is the House
This is the House
Author: Deborah Hill
ISBN-13: 9780451076106
ISBN-10: 0451076109
Publication Date: 8/2/1977
Pages: 501
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 2 ratings
Publisher: Signet
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Very carefully, beautiful Molly Deems learned all the ways in which her irresistible charms could use a man's aroused appetites to feed her hunger for wealth and position. When Elijah Merrick offered Molly his name and his growing fortune in return for the sensual pleasure she brought him--the passionate response she pretended, the lie she lived as his wife--her rise in the world was assured. But Molly Deems was also a woman-a woman with blood that ran too warm and a pulse that beat too fast for the one wanton, devastatingly attractive man who tantalized her burning desire, and intoxicated her with the most dangerous dream of all--a dream of wild, firey, rapturous love..........
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Very carefully, beautiful Molly Deems learned all the ways in which her irresistible charms could use a man's aroused appetites to feed her hunger for wealth and position. When Elijah Merrick offered Molly his name and his growing fortune in return for the sensual pleasure she buought him - the passionate response she pretended, the lie she lived as his wife - her rise in the world was assured. But Molly Deems was also a woman - a woman with blood that ran too warm and a pulse that beat too fast for the one wanton, devastatingly attractive man who tantalized her burning desire, and intoxicated her with the most dangerous dream of all - a dream of wild, fiery, rapturous love...
An astonishing novel...everything Gone With the Wind has.
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An astonishing novel...Everyting Gone With the Wing has.Very carefully, beautiful Molly Deems leaarned all the way in which her irresistible charms could use a man's aroused appetites to feed her hunger for wealth and position. When Elijah Merrick offered Molly his name and his growing fortune in return for the sensual pleasure she brought him-the passionate response she prtended, the lie she lived as his wife-her rise in the world was assured. But Molly Deems was also a woman-a woman with blood ran too warm and a pulse that beat too fast for the one wanton, devastatingly attractive man who tantalized her burning desire, and intoxicated her with the most dangerous dreal of all-a dream of wild, fiery, rapturous love.