Book Reviews of Indiscretions (Harlequin Historical, No 824)

Indiscretions (Harlequin Historical, No 824)
Indiscretions - Harlequin Historical, No 824
Author: Gail Ranstrom
ISBN-13: 9780373294244
ISBN-10: 0373294247
Publication Date: 11/1/2006
Pages: 291
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 24 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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book 6 in a series...Lockwood's story..I really liked this book. I had been hopeing Hunt would get his own story and now I am hopeing for his brothers..LOL... Unlike most books this actually shows Lockwood being ruthless a few times(hense his struggle with his dark self) instead of just refering to it..but that was ok because they were all bad..He can be my hero any day
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I liked this historical type romance book, it was fun to read.
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Book Description
Daphne had sacrificed everything to remain unknown in her tropical paradise. But if Lord Lockwood recognized the woman who had fled England with a crime on her conscience, nothing could keep her safe.

Even the thought of future punishment could not dampen present desire. Lockwood's lips reawakened the passionate woman she had once been. What harm, Daphne reasoned, could come from one stolen kiss? Still, she could not allow her feelings to overpower her sense--it was too dangerous. She'd denied herself for five years. Surely she could deny Lockwood for a few weeks?
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Daphne had sacrificed everything to remain unknown in her tropical paradise. But if Lord Lockwood recognized the woman who had fled England with a crime on her conscience, nothing could keep her safe.


Even the thought of future punishment could not dampen present desire. Lockwood's lips reawakened the passionate woman she had once been. What harm, Daphne reasoned, could come from one stolen kiss? Still, she could not allow her feelings to overpower her sense--it was too dangerous. She'd denied herself for five years. Surely she could deny Lockwood for a few weeks?