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Darling Annie

  10/02/2012       shlyshka      0 Comments

by Raine Cantrell

Category: Library & Information Science

  • Type: Paperback
  • Pages: 259 pages
  • ISBN: none
  • ASIN: 9781626811577
  • Edition Language: English

Acts of charity quickly lead to a flirtation with the deadliest of sins for DARLING ANNIE, from national bestselling romance author Raine Cantrell. “Humor, delightful characters, simmering sensuality and sparkling repartee – it just doesn’t get any better than this.” – Romantic Times Kellian York has big plans for the brothel he’s inherited in Loving, Texas. Too bad that just days after his arrival the Legion for Decency has burned it to the ground, citing their mission to rid the town of drinking, gambling, and “loose women.” Set on vengeance, Kellian targets the spinster leader, Annie Muldoon, never expecting that the beautiful young woman would let Kellian and his girls move into her boarding house. Believing she has a responsibility to protect and redeem the women formerly in Kellian’s employ, Annie soon realizes she’s made a terrible mistake inviting them, and especially Kellian, into her home. Unsure whether he’s trying to torture her or seduce her, Kellian’s striking presence is beginning to rouse the passionate nature she’s tried to hide. Annie decides to take her fate, and Kellian’s, into her own hands, and learns a few tricks of the trade from her boarders, before turning the tables on Kellian. Will the saint redeem the sinner? Or the sinner seduce the saint? “A delight…packed with lusty humor.” – Virginia Henley, New York Times bestselling author of THE FALCON AND THE FLOWER “DARLING ANNIE is a keeper from the gifted pen of Raine Cantrell.” – Rendezvous

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