In Katie Rose’s utterly irresistible tale of New York City in the “Age of Innocence,” a lady who talks to the dead discovers that earthly pleasures can be downright heavenly.
For the bewitching Jennifer Appleton and her charming sisters, there is nothing the least bit wicked about holding a séance. They conjure up spirits who happen to offer the matrons of Victorian Manhattan a great deal of comfort. Besides, young ladies have to make a living somehow. So it’s something of a shock when a handsome, furious stranger shows up at their door, lobbing accusations of fraud—and his remarkably compelling gaze—at lovely, wide-eyed Jennifer.
Convinced that Jennifer has swindled his grieving mother out of a sizable sum, Gabriel Forester is prepared to put her out of business for good. But the lady he confronts is a total revelation—and a surprising temptation. As passion flares unexpectedly, the fiery opponents are drawn into a devilish game of seduction. Now Gabriel and Jennifer must learn to forget the ghostly voices of the past . . . and listen to their beating hearts.
Includes a special message from the editor, as well as excerpts from these Loveswept titles: Trying to Score, Long Simmering Spring, and Scarlet Lady.
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