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Satin Surrender
Satin Surrender
Author: Carol Finch
ISBN-13: 9780821718612
ISBN-10: 0821718614
Publication Date: 8/1/1986
Pages: 507
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Publisher: Kensington Publishing
Book Type: Paperback
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Young adn beautiful, Erica Bennet refused to obey her father's wishes and spend the rest of her life in an arranged marraige to the lecherous Sabin Keary. She had no knowledge of physical love, but she knew htere was a man somewthere who could kindle her slumbering passions. She dreamt of warm embraces and tender kisses, of endless nights spent learning the joys of love, so she ran away and straight into the arms of a mysterious lover, only to find her girlish longings would be her own heart....

There could have been no grater surprise for Dante Fowler than to find the innocent Erica in his bed in the most fashionable whorehouse in New Orleans. He came to the city expecting to find a woman of experience to sate his pent-up desires; instead he stole the innocenent of the most magnificent creature he'd ever seen. her long raven hair fell in silky waves around her shoulders: her deep blue eyes seemed to see through to his soul. And when she disappeared without a trace, he vowed to find her again.

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