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Don't Bargain with the Devil (School for Heiresses Series #5)

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  • Posted November 2, 2009

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    A few steamy seductions just don't give a lift to this fifth book in the School for Heiresses Series. Nor does its operatic plot: kidnapping a child; lost heiress; identifying birthmark, et al.

    Lucinda (Lucy) Seton, adopted daughter of a Scottish colonel and alumna of the Academy, is helping out at Mrs. Harris's school, which has fallen on some hard times. When rumors that the adjacent property may be sold for a pleasure garden, she is determined to prevent it. The prospective owner is one Diego Montalvo, a magnetic magician (thief? scoundrel?). But the purchase of the property is a subterfuge; Diego has been looking for a missing Spanish heiress who has that birthmark on her thigh. In exchange for taking her back to Spain to her grandfather, Diego will recover his family's property. Sparks fly between Lucy and Diego, enough to divert each of them from their goals. Yes, Lucy is the missing heiress; no, Diego is not a devil, but an honorable man; yes, the story of Lucy's adoption conceals murky dealings, and yes, all's well in the end. But it's neither a compelling nor an interesting story. (The letters between Mrs. Harris and "cousin" Michael that start each chapter reveal a serious falling out. We seem to be nearer to finding out who he is.)

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