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The Interloper by Sullivan Clarke
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Feb 26, 12

bookshelves: erotic, historical-romance, spanking
Read in February, 2012

The Interloper was an enjoyable read that veered on the dark side, combining the perfect amount of mystery and a growing love between two mismatched strangers thrown together by circumstance. Gretchen's life seems to be falling apart. Soon after she buries her husband, the brother she didn't know he had (Kane) shows up with documents proving he owns everything she thought was now hers - including having custody of her son. Of course, Kane's solution is that they immediately get married. She agrees because she fears losing her son, even though she knows nothing of this mysterious and stern man she must now call husband. Kane is everything Gretchen's first husband wasn't and she finds out the hard way that he expects to be obeyed in all things. Despite her initial dislike for him she can't help but be extremely attracted to him. The mystery begins when Gretchen starts to suspect Kane really isn't her late husband's brother and deepens after they move to the city. If you like a bit of mystery with your spanking romance novels, give this one a try.
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