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Beyond Innocence
by: Emma Holly

Berkley Jove, July 2001

From the back cover When her beloved father passes away, Florence Fairleigh finds herself alone in the world. All she wants is a man who will treat her kindly and support her financially - and she's come to London to find him....

Edward Burbrooke thinks marriage is the only way to save his brother Freddie - and their family from scandalous ruin. As head of the family, Edward has vowed to find Freddie a bride - and fast ..... Thrown together by Edward, Florence and Freddie make a perfect pair - until Edward relizes he has feelings for his brother's betrothed. The sight of her nubile young body makes his blood burn with lust. The sound of her voice makes his heart warm with love. And the sweet taste of her kiss makes him wonder if he isn't making a terrible mistake.

Emma Holly turns up the heat in this sinfully sensuous story of a family plagued by scandal - and a shy young woman who discovers a passion beyond her wildest dreams.... WOW!

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Berkley Jove
Publish Date:
July 2001
Time Period:
Historical: England - (1820-1837) Industrial Period
Year Book Takes Place:
Edward Burbrooke, Earl of Greville
Florence Fairleigh
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