Rebel Rose

Rebel Rose

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by Debra Glass
     
 
They say she's a Rebel spy . . .

Rosalie O'Kelley is not above using her feminine wiles to secure much-needed supplies for her fellow townspeople. But when Union Colonel Eric Skaarsberg is put in charge, Rose's usual tactics fail miserably. In exchange for supplies, she comes to a scandalous arrangement with him. She agrees to become his willing plaything-to

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They say she's a Rebel spy . . .

Rosalie O'Kelley is not above using her feminine wiles to secure much-needed supplies for her fellow townspeople. But when Union Colonel Eric Skaarsberg is put in charge, Rose's usual tactics fail miserably. In exchange for supplies, she comes to a scandalous arrangement with him. She agrees to become his willing plaything-to fulfill his every physical need, eagerly and without hesitation.

Eric is duty-bound to ferret out the spy who has been leaking information to the Confederates. All evidence points to the passionate belle who readily responds to every touch and taste he metes out. One by one, he strips away Rose's secrets, but Eric is not satisfied with owning the she-Rebel's luscious body. He must uncover the truth of her past at any cost-even if it means the destruction of them both.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781419929304
Publisher:
Ellora's Cave Publishing Inc
Publication date:
09/08/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
335,759
File size:
170 KB

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Rebel Rose 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
RomanticaFan More than 1 year ago
I read on Ms. Glass' blog that Eric was based on Alexander Skaarsgard and I thoroughly enjoyed imagining him in the role of the hero every step of the way. No one writes erotic Civil War like Ms. Glass and I found this story just as compelling and true to history as her Bought and Paid For. Delicious love scenes, a tad of mystery, and well written secondary characters make this one of my favorites.
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