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The Captain's Mysterious Lady (Picadilly Gentlemen's Club #1)

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Driven by grief and an implacable thirst for vengeance, Captain James Drymore has one sole purpose in life—to hunt down the men who killed his wife. A beautiful young lady in distress distracts James for the first time.

Having rescued Amy, James discovers she hasn't escaped unscathed—she has lost her memory! As the conflicted captain slowly puts together the complex pieces...more
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Published February 2011 by Harlequin (first published February 1st 2010)
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the mystery wasn't too big or mysterious, and the flavour text was misleading. and it was not steamy at all. that said, i really enjoyed it. it was precisely what I needed today. recommend for when you're stressed and just want an uncomplicated escape from reality.
Sharon Sherman
Oh, if only all men could be like the Captain. This book has it all, mystery, suspense, and romance.
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