Bound by Your Touch

Bound by Your Touch

by Meredith Duran
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Overview

Bound by Your Touch by Meredith Duran

Silver-tongued Viscount Sanburne is London's favorite scapegrace. Alas, Lydia Boyce has no interest in being charmed. When his latest escapade exposes a plot to ruin her family, she vows to handle it herself, as she always has done. Certainly she requires no help from a too-handsome dilettante whose main achievement is being scandalous. But Sanburne's golden charisma masks a sharper mind and darker history than she realizes. He shocks Lydia by breaking past her prim facade to the woman beneath...and the hidden fire no man has ever recognized. But as she follows him into a world of intrigue, she will learn that the greatest danger lies within -- in the shadowy, secret motives of his heart.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781439100936
Publisher: Pocket Books
Publication date: 07/21/2009
Sold by: SIMON & SCHUSTER
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 352
Sales rank: 107,310
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

Meredith Duran is the USA TODAY bestselling author of ten previous novels. She blames Anne Boleyn for sparking her lifelong obsession with British history (and for convincing her that princely love is no prize if it doesn’t come with a happily-ever-after). She enjoys collecting old etiquette manuals, guidebooks to nineteenth-century London, and travelogues by intrepid Victorian women.

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Bound by Your Touch 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 22 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Lydia Boyce is a chip off the old block as a scholar; her dad is noted Egyptologist Henry Boyce. However, some of the artifacts her dad sends from Egypt are fakes. She investigates expecting her father to be exonerated and to affirm her theory that rakish Lord James Durham is the villain. On first contact, each loathes the other as she assumes he is a shallow womanizer and he believes she is a phony intellectual snob. Still they realize they need each other to uncover the real con artist. As Lydia and James team up in a distrusting alliance, they search for the legendary Tears of Idihet and the forger. This is an entertaining nineteenth century romantic romp starring two likable seemingly opposites. The story line is fast-paced as the intelligent obstinate Lydia sets out to prove her father's innocence when she confronts Durham. He initially comes across as a typical rake, but also typical of the sib-genre demonstrates to her he is much more than just a drunken womanizer. Fans will enjoy their escapades though there is too much description of the era that at times detracts from an otherwise fun historical Romancing the Stone like adventure. Harriet Klausner
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have read a few of this authors books now. A couple of them have been very good, amd a couple of them have been ok. I thought this one was ok. The lead characters were sometimes likable, sometimes annoying. Not much chemistry. Intriguing storyline but a bit contrived. I thought about quitting on this book a couple of times but stuck with it. Not a bad book but not a good book either.
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