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Prisoner of Passion
Prisoner of Passion
Author: Jean Haught
ISBN-13: 9780821725511
ISBN-10: 0821725513
Publication Date: 1/1/1989
Pages: 480
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Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corp.
Book Type: Paperback
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From the rear cover: "Prince Charming...Virginia Branson was tired of being a slave to her father's drunken tirades. After leaving their home in Texas, he had practically wasted all of the profits from their small business on whiskey and gambling-and Virginia had all to do just to keep food on their table. She dreamt of a man who would take her away from the life she was destined to lead...and then in the distance she saw him. Riding a white horse, her prince had finally come for her. He was dark and tall, with shoulders broad enough for her to rest her head and feel secure. She knew, from that moment on, that the stranger approaching her camp was to be the one to awaken her sleeping passions...
Princess Bride...Stephen Slade saw the camp in the clearing and could think of one thing only-a hot cup of strong coffee. After all those months in prison, coffee was the one thing he craved most of all-well, almost. But when he saw the beautiful woman tending the campsite, he remembered what he really missed during his time in jail. He longed for the feel of soft womanly skin naked against his own, the sensation of a kiss that would deepen into an unlimited well of ecstasy. Stephen had all he could do to control himself as Virginia poured him coffee, because he knew that soon he would take her in his arms, caress her enticing curves and make her his own."