The Succubus [NOOK Book]

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Lady Isabel married the much older Baron of Tewsbarrow to save her family from a life of poverty. After the marriage, her husband tells her she must seduce his young nephew in order to produce an heir. The innocent Isabel knows nothing about seduction so the baron contrives a devious plot to make sure she succeeds. The young knight, Sir Daniel, is welcomed to his uncle's castle as an honored guest, but strange things happen. He realizes he's being drugged and while he lays helpless a beautiful woman comes to his ...
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The Succubus

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Overview

Lady Isabel married the much older Baron of Tewsbarrow to save her family from a life of poverty. After the marriage, her husband tells her she must seduce his young nephew in order to produce an heir. The innocent Isabel knows nothing about seduction so the baron contrives a devious plot to make sure she succeeds. The young knight, Sir Daniel, is welcomed to his uncle's castle as an honored guest, but strange things happen. He realizes he's being drugged and while he lays helpless a beautiful woman comes to his bed. Despite the mystery surrounding her, Daniel falls in love. Then he learns Isabel's true identity and purpose and leaves Tewsbarrow with a broken heart. The old baron's plot fails, and he dies in a fit of apoplexy. Daniel returns as the new baron. His one burning desire is to punish the wicked woman who betrayed him.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781603130028
  • Publisher: Whiskey Creek Press
  • Publication date: 8/1/2007
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 251 KB

Meet the Author

After a career as a research technician in food science, Sarah Winn embraced her true love, writing. She joined Romance Writers of America and her local chapter, Heart of Carolina Romance Writers in 1993. She stumbled into electronic publishing back in 1998 after entering a contest she saw advertised at the national conference of RWA. Sticking with this market, she’s experienced its amazing growth.
She won the EPIC Award in 2003 for the best electronically published historical romance and was a finalist in the historical erotic romance category in 2007. Her second Victorian, A Countess of Convenience, a recent bestseller for Whiskey Creek Press, is her eleventh novel.
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