By Sophie Jordan
"**The final lady in the world he might ever contact . . .**
Declan, the Duke of Banbury, has no real interest in ushering Rosalie Hughes, his stepsister, into society. Dumped on him with nowhere else to move, he's decided to rid himself of the headstrong debutante via bestowing on her an obscenely huge dowry . . . making her the main sought-after heiress of the Season.
**. . . is ready to develop into the single one he wants.**
But Rosalie isn't approximately to move in addition to Declan's plans. Surrounded through fortune hunters, how is she purported to discover a guy who actually desires her? Taking regulate of her destiny, Rosalie dons a conceal and sneaks into Sodom, a personal membership host to all demeanour of illicit activity—and frequented through her infuriatingly good-looking stepbrother.
In a shadowed alcove, Declan can't face up to the masked temptress who units his blood afire . . . from now on than Rosalie can deny her eager for a guy who will ship her into ruin.
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He growled. Kate’s nerves skittered at the bizarre sexual imagery induced by his phrase. She didn’t know whether to be insulted or flattered. ‘I thought we were here to settle an argument about who played Velda in Kiss Me Deadly,’ she said, glancing at the wide, flat screen hanging on the wall above a sleek, electronic box. ’ ‘I have a better idea,’ he said, walking towards her. ’ Her tongue darted out to moisten her dry lips, heat beginning to flush through her belly and breasts at the fierce expression in his eyes.
It was an awe that she could be fairly certain that Drake wouldn’t share. He didn’t want children. Not ever. He didn’t want any physical ties that would compromise his emotional independence. He needed to be alone to write, he had told Kate when they had first met, and nothing and no one took precedence over his writing. As a researcher at Enright Media, Kate was ideally placed to understand the demands of his par ticular genius. Caught up in the thrill and excitement of being desired by such a fascinating and complex man, she had walked into the affair with her eyes wide open.
She com mented, eyeing the polished black marble pillars, jewelled rugs and luxurious furnishings. He grinned, tossing his black leather jacket over the back of an antique chair and snagging her evening purse to drop it on the seat. ’ asked Kate dubiously. ‘Bite your tongue, sweetheart; I don’t play the sap for no one,’ he sneered, in a passable Bogie imitation. Given his reputation for laughing criticism to scorn, she was surprised 40 PRICE OF PASSION when he added: ‘Contrary to what the intellectuals say, I do have some artistic ethics.