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The Gardener's Sin ~ The daughter of an earl, Lady Mary Linden never noticed the servants who toiled on her father's estate. But her aristocratic blindness shatters when she meets Drake, the head gardener. Drake shows her sensuous delights she could not have dreamed of.

His Delectable Cook ~ When Bess Deveraux secures a position as cook in the household of the delectable devil who taught her the joy of loving years ago, she shows him that she ...

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The Gardener's Sin ~ The daughter of an earl, Lady Mary Linden never noticed the servants who toiled on her father's estate. But her aristocratic blindness shatters when she meets Drake, the head gardener. Drake shows her sensuous delights she could not have dreamed of.

His Delectable Cook ~ When Bess Deveraux secures a position as cook in the household of the delectable devil who taught her the joy of loving years ago, she shows him that she has more to offer him now that she is older, wiser and oh so eager to please all the men in his employ.

A Lady for Two ~ After three years of marriage to Charles Hessell, the last son of an old aristocratic family, Lise thought she knew everything about him. But when Luke Holden walks into their lives, and into her home, she realises that Charles has been hiding a past that included this sexy stranger.

In Service to the Senses ~ Life in a grand Edwardian country house is stifling Lady Isabella Fortescue, and her bullying, cheating husband has ensured her marriage is dead and loveless. All the more reason for Isabella to seek pleasure elsewhere, which she does relentlessly. And no one satisfies her intense needs more than the Lord's gorgeous, cocky valet, Edward.

Memoirs of Lady Montrose ~ Christopher Mortlock-gardener extraordinaire. Everything you'd want from your gardener-and more, much more. Hedges trimmed and cravings tended with expert care and consideration. Lady Helen attends a Brighton establishment to be sexually satisfied by their staff. Her husband Henry pays for this arrangement and together they relive the experiences.

The Butler Did It ~ Vi Martin, successful multi-millionaire businesswoman, is in for a surprise when the domestic agency sends her a new butler for her swanky Miami penthouse. Drop dead gorgeous Clarkson Dale is the consummate professional butler...until he meets his new employer. The sparks fly and their attraction is undeniable when they break all the rules.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781781846261
  • Publisher: Total-E-Bound Publishing
  • Publication date: 8/30/2013
  • Pages: 330
  • Sales rank: 1,359,298
  • Product dimensions: 5.25 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.74 (d)

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