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Love's Redemption

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"Sinful Seduction. A lock of Hilary Pembroke's glorious red hair fell over the strong hand tracing a tantalizing caress along the low bodice of her satin gown. Suddenly Patrick Lyle tightened his powerful embrace, preventing her from pulling away. With feverish desire out of control, she surrendered at last, unable to deny her passion for this rugged Virginian she had resi ...more
Paperback, 462 pages
Published January 7th 1986 by Signet (first published 1986)
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Much better than the jacket cover suggests. I found the characters fleshed out and interesting. I have to say something here...I am a disbled USAF vet, I have a lot of pain and don't sleep well at night, so I read. When a book puts me to sleep, it is truly awful. But there is the otherside, if one keeps me interested enough to forget my pain for a while, it is really pretty interesting. That's the case with this book. It's well written, moves along well, and has complicated characters. I'd recom ...more
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After graduating in English Literature, 1959, from Occidental College (California), Kathleen Fraser went to NYC to work as an editorial associate for Mademoiselle magazine, pursuing her poetic studies with Stanly Kunitz at The 92nd St. Y "Poetry Center" and, briefly, with Robert Lowell and Kenneth Koch at The New School. At this time, she began to meet a number of New York poets associated with Bl ...more
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