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Invitation to Sin (Griffin Family Series #2)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 11, 2012

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    House of the sly and those who know how to get their way.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    terrific Regency romance

    Lord Zachary Griffin accompanies his aunt on a trek to the Whitfield home where six marriage aged daughters reside. The sisters enjoy his company as Zachary is kind to each one. That is the siblings appreciate the young handsome gentleman¿s thoughtfulness except Caroline who sees the virtues of his body she wants to use Zachary as a model to finish a portrait that she believes will provide her admittance to attend an art academy. --- As Zachary tutors the young ladies in the art of men, he has his most fun with the serious Caroline teasing her with sensual innuendoes and images to whet her carnal appetite as he poses for her painting. As they talk and share desires and dreams they begin to fall in love, but she has her heart set on art school not a husband unless he can complete his courting of the reluctant artist. --- This is a terrific Regency romance starring a wonderful kindhearted hero, an intriguing hard to catch female and her sisters who want to dine with Zachary as the main course. The humorous story line is character driven with the sisters, each unique, adding escapades and depth to the relationship between the lead pair. Readers will enjoy this charming courtship and look forward to more sisterly escapades. --- Harriet Klausner

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