A Secret Love - Stephanie Laurens Reviews
Description:ISBN 0749937203 / Author: Stephanie Laurens / Genre: Fiction / When a mysterious lady, her face hidden by a black veil, begs Gabriel Cynster for his help, he cannot refuse her plea. For despite her disguise, Gabriel finds the woman alluring and he is powerless to deny her. ... more
A Secret Love - Stephanie Laurens ... But, he exacts payment as only a Cynster would demand: with each piece of information he uncovers, she must pay him - in the form of a kiss. Lady Alathea Morwellan knows Gabriel is intrigued, but despite the sparks that fly between them, they have never passed a civil moment together. Yet, as the stakes get higher, so does Gabriel's desire for payment. And with each overpowering kiss, each passionate embrace, Alathea knows that she will not be able to resist his ultimate seduction...but what will happen when she reveals the truth?
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