Book Reviews of Sweet Treason

Sweet Treason
Sweet Treason
Author: Patricia Gaffney
ISBN-13: 9780843944198
ISBN-10: 0843944196
Publication Date: 8/1998
Pages: 448
Rating:
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3.5 stars, based on 2 ratings
Publisher: Leisure Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Fiery Katherine MckGregor had no qualms about posing as doxy if the charade would strike a blow against the hated English. But her certainty turned to confusion when she was captured and confronted by the infuriating Major James Burke. Now her very life depended on her ability to convince the arrogant English officer that she was a common strumpet, not a Scottish spy. Skillfully, Burke uncovered her secrets, even as he arounsed her senses,claiming there was just one way she could prove herself a tart ...
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Exquisitely beautiful, fiery Katherine McGregor had no qualms about posing as a doxy, if the charade would strike a blow against the hated English. But her certainty turned to confusion when she was captured and confronted by the infuriating major James Burke. Now her very life depended on her ability to convince the arrogant English officer that she was a common strumpet, not a Scottish spy.
Skillfully, Burke uncovered her secrets, even as he aroused her senses, claiming there was just one way she could prove herself a tart....but how could she give him her yearning body, when she feared he would take her tender heart as well?
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HIGHLAND HEART;;...Exquisitely beautiful fiery Katherine McGregor had no qualms about posing as a doxy, if the charade would strike a blow against the hated English. but her certainty turned to confusion when whe was captured and confronted by the infuriating Major James Burke. Now her very life depended on her ability to convice the arrogant English officer that she was a common strumpet, not a Scottish spy. Skillfully, Burke uncovered her secrets, even as he aroused her senses, claiming there was just one way she could prove herself a tart....but how could she give him her yearnig body when she feared he would take her tender heart as well?