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Twice the Temptation By Suzanne Enoch

Twice the Temptation

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An exquisite but supposedly cursed diamond connects these two novellas. Beginning with a stunning romance sent in Regency England, the book then catapults readers to contemporary times, where a billionaire and a reformed jewel thief are brought together by the jewel. Original.

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Twice the Temptation by Suzanne Enoch

Two unforgettable tales. One dazzling diamond! Summer 1814 ...When Evangeline Munroe inherits the exquisite but supposedly cursed Nightshade Diamond, she considers it a bit of good fortune. Then she literally runs into Connoll Addison, Marquis of Rawley, the most sought after bachelor amongst the ton. Surely her immediate attraction to the rogue is bad luck. Could the diamond be more dangerous than she ever imagined? Present ...Samantha Jellicoe thinks it's good luck that has her-a reformed cat burglar-providing security for a museum exhibit. Then she discovers the Nightshade Diamond, with an accompanying note that says the thing is cursed. Cursed indeed! How else to explain Scotland Yard breathing down her neck, the appearance of an ex-boyfriend, and her lover Rick Addison suddenly testing the boundaries of their relationship? She needs to unload the gem and soon, or shemay lose her dreams forever.

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About Suzanne Enoch


A native and current resident of Southern California, Suzanne Enoch loves movies almost as much as she loves books. When she is not busily working on her next novel, Suzanne likes to contemplate interesting phenomena, like how the three guppies in her aquarium became 161 guppies in five months.

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GOR001774269
Twice the Temptation by Suzanne Enoch
Suzanne Enoch
Used - Very Good
Paperback
HarperCollins Publishers Inc
2007-07-31
384
0061231479
9780061231476
N/A
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