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Encuentro peligroso

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Celia St. Remy Sinclair había tenido una obsesión desde los doce años: provocar la ruina de lord Northington, el responsable de la muerte de su madre. Así que aquella belleza de veintidós años dejó Estados Unidos rumbo a Londres con la intención de vengar el acontecimiento que le había destrozado la vida.

Celia se quedó de piedra al encontrar al objeto de su obsesión, aquel
Mass Market Paperback, 317 pages
Published 2004 by Harlequín (first published December 1st 2001)
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Cellia St. Claire, only a child when her mother was brutally killed, was left with a heavy appetite for vengeance. Years later, she finally plots out her revenge. But her plan to retribute the evil Lord Northington comes to a halt when she is thrown into the arms Colter. Lord Northington's son.

I have been slowly collecting Rosemary Rogers books, ironically I've never read any of her work. I just keep stumbling upon her books, and considering she's dubbed "Queen of historical romance" I figured

PUBLISHING INFO: Mira, 12/2001
GENRE: Historical Romance
SETTING: England, 1819
TIMESPAN: about 4-5 months

This reminded me a lot of an older historical romance for a few reasons. Celia hated Colter because of what his father did to her mother. Colter knew nothing about his father's past sins and didn't know or care why she was so hostel towards him. She was kidnapped towards the end by the villain, which happens a whole lot in older historicals. For a lot of the book Celia
Jul 17, 2012 Katherine rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Beautiful story of two people who find love in between the chaos of lies, deceit, murder, war, and rebellion. Revenge is Celia's goal, to avenge her mother's rape and death by the hands of Lord Northington. She travels to England (10 years after her mother's death) to accuse Northington. When she arrives in England she seeks out her godmother, who has an undying bond with Celia's mother, and Celia is introduced to Northington...but this couldn't be him--ah! This is Northington's SON! Northington ...more
Dec 29, 2012 Mary rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Because of Lord Northington Old Peter, her mother and the innocent newborn were all dead. Celia has been waiting for 10 years for her revenge and now she was in England. But things in England weren't as they seemed. The old lord was now Lord Moreland and Celia's godmother was a dear friend of Lord Moreland's wife. His son, the new Lord Northington was not cut of the same cloth as the father, as her heart will attest.

How can Celia get her revenge without hurting those she cares about? This story
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Jul 26, 2010 Paul Servini rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
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J'ai trouvé ce livre à ma bibliothèque local. Ce n'est pas le genre de livre que je lise d'habitude mais j'ai voulu élargir mes horizons. Pourtant ce le livre ne m'a pas pris. Le narratif est bien construit et il y avait certes des moments de suspens et de tension. Mais l'écriture était assez plat et n'a pas capturé mon imagination.

Didn't really get on with this book. The plotting was quite good and there were certainly moments of suspense in the book, but the writing just didn't fire my imagina
Debra L. Knoll
Sep 13, 2015 Debra L. Knoll rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
One of her best

Characters you admire...great plot...none of the torture as in many of her books but enough mystery, danger and intrigue to keep you turning pages. Highly recommend to all Rogers fans as well as to those new to her works.
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Rosemary Jansz was born on 7 December 1932 in Panadura, Ceylon (now known as Sri Lanka), she was the oldest child of Dutch-Portuguese settlers, Barbara "Allan" and Cyril Jansz. Her father was a wealthy educator who owned three posh private schools. She was raised in colonial splendor: dozens of servants, no work, s
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