Book Reviews of Return to Paradise

Return to Paradise
Return to Paradise
Author: Shirl Henke
ISBN-13: 9780843932638
ISBN-10: 0843932635
Publication Date: 4/1992
Pages: 444
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 9 ratings
Publisher: Leisure Books
Book Type: Paperback
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love blooms in this exotic and historical setting
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Dazzlingly handsome, aristocratic and cultured, Benjamin Torres was everything Miriam wanted in a husband, the perfect mate for the headstong daughter of the most powerful merchant prince in Marseilles. Yet the moment she set eyes on Benjamin's half-caste brother, it was Rigo's bronzed naked body she saw in her fantasies, Rigo's sardonic black eyes that seemed to tempt her to indescribable transgressions.

On the very eve of her betrothal ball, Miriam found herself torn between two brothers -- publicly promised to the golden son who could do no wrong, secretly compromised by the black sheep whose tortured soul was as dark as the night itself. Those brief hours of ecstasy and betrayal would set brother against brother and ignite a firestorm of passion that only love could quench.
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Dazzlingly handsome, aristocratic and cultured, Benjamin Torres was everything Miriam wanted in a husband, the perfect mate for the headstrong daughter of the most powerful merchant price in Marseilles. Yet the moment she set eyes on Benjamins half-caste brother, it was Rigos bronzed, naked body she saw in her fantasies. Rigos sardonic black eyes that seemed to tempt her to indescribable transgressions. On the very eve of her brothel ball, Miriam found herself torn between two brothers-publicly promised to the golden son who could do no wrong, secretly compromised by the black sheep, whose tortured soul was as dark as the night itself. Those brief hours of ecstasy and betrayal would set brother against brother and ignite a firestorm of passion that only love could quench.