|Swept Away (1999) [Novel]|
by Candace Camp
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His eyes met hers, and for a moment they were frozen in time. She detested this man with a fury that threatened to swamp her. And tonight she had to make him want her more than he had ever wanted any woman....When Deverel Grey, Lord of Stonehaven, mistakenly accused Sir Selby Armiger of a crime he hadn't committed, he subjected the innocent man's family to ruinous scandal. That innocent man was Julia Arminger's brother, and she's vowed to clear his good name and reveal Stonehaven as the unrepentant rogue that he is. Her plot for vengeance revolves around one certainty. She knows her sinfully handsome enemy has one weakness...beautiful women. And she dares to become his fantasy. It is the duel of wits, the lure of winning, or even the fear of exposure that accounts for the heady exhilaration she feels at Stonehaven's nearness? Or is it the man himself, who boldly sweeps her into a game of adventure, mystery and unexpected pleasure that will soon find her totally, deliciously, perilously swept away.....
Original title: Swept Away
Genre: Fiction→ Romance→ Historical→ Regency