TO  TAMEA DANGEROUS LORD
by Nicole Jordan
 
Availbale:  January 26, 2010
  • Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
  • ISBN-13: 9780345510112
  • ISBN: 0345510119

 

From the Publisher

Seduction takes a delightful, daring twist
as Nicole Jordan’s irresistibly sensual
Courtship Wars series continues.
 
Dangerously sexy nobleman and former spymaster Rayne Kenyon, Earl of Haviland, has no interest in love. He merely desires an heir to carry on his title and therefore must have a wife. Rayne makes a surprising choice of brides by settling on the plain spinster daughter of a fellow spy who once saved his life. But the spirited and witty Madeline Ellis proves much more than Rayne bargained for.

Dazed by Rayne’s smoldering kisses, Madeline knows that she’s at last found love—with a man determined to avoid it. Once wedded, she decides to take fate into her own hands. Maybe, just maybe, she can kindle the fires in Rayne’s heart by turning her plain, ordinary self into a dazzling temptress. With a little help from the Loring sisters, the earl’s artless new wife becomes a beautiful, bold seductress in their marriage bed. But who could imagine that a simple marriage of convenience can suddenly be flooded with danger, desire, and unexpected love?

THOUGHTS:
 
TO TAME A DANGEROUS LORD by Nicole Jordan is a historical fiction romance with spicy sex, romance, suspense, captivating and witty. This is a delightful wonderful love story. The story has depth, detail and is very well written. The characters are witty, lovable, sexy, and sweep you away with them. This is a fast paced, page turning and must finished book. This story will capture your heart. What a delightful wonderful read. I would highly recommend this book especially if you enjoy a great love story, sensuality, wit and suspense. This is a must read. It’s a keeper. 
Reviewed by :AAR
Rating: 4.5
Heat Rating: coming soon
 
For more information on this and other books by Nicole Jordan please visit her website.
*This book was won in a contest, but the winning of the book did not influence the review in any way*
 
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