Emily: Sex and Sensibility (The Wilde Sisters)

Emily: Sex and Sensibility (The Wilde Sisters)

by Sandra Marton

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Overview

Emily Wilde has led a privileged life. Now she's trying to make it on her own in Manhattan.

Marco Santini grew up dirt poor in a Sicilian slum. Now he has everything. He's gorgeous. He's rich. He's powerful. And he has all the beautiful women a man could ask for.

Then, one rainy night, he sees a woman standing alone on a deserted New York street corner. Emily is clearly in need of help, but she's not foolish enough to step into Marco's chauffeured Mercedes. It takes a lot of convincing before she lets him take her to her apartment. He swears he's not going to do anything he shouldn't and he means it--but she's in his arms before they can stop themselves.

Still, it's only a kiss, just one kiss in a moment torn out of time. That's what they both think.

But Fate has other plans, starting with an unexpected job offer and a business trip to Paris that explodes in a passion so hot it will change everything--everything but the web of lies that traps them both.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940016754987
Publisher: Sandra Marton
Publication date: 04/28/2013
Series: The Wilde Sisters , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 535,610
File size: 223 KB

About the Author

I live in New England now but I was born in New York City and lived in or near the city most of my life. It's where I met my husband--I was fifteen and a senior in high school! He was at both my high school and college graduations. We have a lot of shared, wonderful history.

After we married, I taught elementary school for a while. Then I settled into being a wife and mother but the desire to write was always there. I'd written short stories when I was little--the first, which I illustrated myself, I wrote when I was seven! I never really stopped writing and one day I looked in the mirror and said, "Okay, Sandra, you've always wanted to be a published writer. Maybe it's time you did something about it."

I'd always been interested in the complex ways in which men and women relate to each so it seemed natural to start writing romance fiction. I wrote short stories and sold several of them. Finally, I took a deep breath, sat down and wrote my very first novel. To my amazement and joy, Harlequin Presents bought it.

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