The Devil's Envoy (Scandalous Heroines)

The Devil's Envoy (Scandalous Heroines)

by Jasmine Cresswell

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The Devil's Envoy (Scandalous Heroines) by Jasmine Cresswell

**A Historical Romance from USA Today Bestselling Author Jasmine Cresswell**

A Glorious Novel of Danger and Desire by "A master craftsman who never fails to please her readers!" — Romantic Times

Together they would shake the foundations of an Empire ...

At twenty-five, Charlotte Rippon lived a life of utmost propriety while yearning for adventure outside the confining boundaries of her English village. Yet even she had no idea what Fate had in store for her when she rescued a badly-wounded man from the wayside and took him home to Rippon Manor. Nursing the stranger back to health, Charlotte is overwhelmed by feelings she barely understands.

Alexander was a mysterious stranger, whose seeming inability to speak English concealed a desperate mission to save his shattered homeland and bring freedom to his people. Held captive by one of the Sultan’s advisors, Charlotte found herself a veiled prisoner hidden amid the sensuous pleasures of the harem. Only Alexander could save her. A prince fighting to save his people, he demanded her passion, but Charlotte wanted so much more: she wanted his love!

Product Details

BN ID: 2940016304465
Publisher: Jasmine Cresswell
Publication date: 03/24/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Jasmine Cresswell is the award-winning, USA-Today Bestselling author of more than seventy novels, published in seventeen languages and twenty-seven countries. There are more than 17 million copies of her books in print. Jasmine has also enjoyed re-releasing some of her historical romance titles for today’s ebook readers. Jasmine lives with her husband, a retired company president, in Sarasota, Florida and welcomes visits from their widely-scattered family as often as possible. Both she and her husband are convinced their four children and twelve grandchildren are amazing. Never ask how the kids are doing unless you are prepared for a very long reply!

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