Ruinous Designs

Ruinous Designs

by Sara Claridge
Ruinous Designs

Ruinous Designs

by Sara Claridge



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A sexy entrepreneur and a sassy interior designer clash over a beautiful Parisian chateau—until a lost memory threatens to destroy them all.

In the outskirts of Paris, interior designer Chantal Chevalier is captivated by an extraordinary treasure—Chateau Vauquelin. But her dream of restoring the once magnificent building faces a formidable obstacle: the chateau's enigmatic new owner, Alessandro Kirkwood. He plans to transform the historic building into a bland hotel for the rich and famous.

But winning over Alessandro proves to be no easy task. He views Chantal as nothing more than a privileged heiress who will flee at the first sign of hard work. However, despite his vow to steer clear of romantic entanglements, he can't resist her ideas, and the vulnerability he glimpses in her sparks an undeniable attraction.

Yet, as their connection deepens, mysterious incidents at the chateau plague their path, threatening to unearth buried secrets. Now Chantal remembers more than she'll admit about that tragic day her parents died.

And the memory makes her blood run cold.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158043475
Publisher: Sara Claridge
Publication date: 12/07/2015
Series: Tangled Hearts , #4
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 480 KB

About the Author

Sara Claridge writes contemporary romantic suspense novels that blend mystery and intrigue with passionate romance.

Born in London, her life took an unexpected turn when she followed her adventurous spirit and relocated to France several years ago on a whim. It’s here, nestled in the eaves of an old farmhouse deep in the French countryside, that she lets her imagination run wild, weaving tales of love, mystery, and danger.

When not writing at her desk, Sara can often be found in the garden. Usually with a glass of red wine in one hand and a good book in the other.
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