Ramsey Dunsmore, the Earl of Braxton, and one of the notorious "Rogues of London", is called to some spy work for England's home office. He is to help retrieve an amulet stolen from Egypt, supposedly by Phoebe Thompson and her Egyptologist father, and to do so Ram must seduce Phoebe for information. Four years earlier Ram and Phoebe had married each other, but Phoebe ran off the next day, leaving for Egypt and telling Ram to dissolve their marriage, which he never did.
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When Ram has a "chance" encounter with Phoebe, he reinstates himself into her life, trying seduce information about her missing father and amulet. Phoebe does not know where the amulet is, but she must find it because her father has actually been kidnapped and she is told if she contacts the authorities, he shall be killed. Phoebe is also aware that Ram has some ulterior motive for trying to seduce her, so she tries to seduce him back to find out, despite their obvious animosity for each other.
Ram and Phoebe's passion reunites, but their past lies in their way of happiness, and when Phoebe is repeatedly threatened by an unknown assailant, Ram decides to make their marriage public. Phoebe still loves Ram, and he is confused of his feelings, but knows he wants Phoebe more than anyone, ever. To make their marriage real, they must surpass the past and Ram's misgivings about his ability to maintain fidelity throughout his marriage.
The review of this Book prepared by Angel Manners
Ramsey Dunsmore, Earl of Braxton, thought his days of spying for the English government were over, but the Foreign Office had requested his help in the search for a valuable amulet. Braxton's task was to do what he did best-charm a young beauty into disclosing all. But this mission had an ulterior motive. The woman in question was Ram's former love, a lady who'd broken his heart four years before. The loving kisses he'd place on her lush mouth would be more than amorous...they would hold the sweet taste of revenge.
Phoebe Thompson had more than her fair share of worries. Her Egyptologist father was missing, blamed for the disappearance of an ancient artifact, and her home had been burglarized in search of the piece, leaving her with a lump on the head. the last thing she needed was the ardent attention of Lord Braxton, infamous Rogue of London, to whom she'd once mistakenly given her body. But two could play at seduction, and despite Ram's faith in his highly cultivated sexual prowess, Phoebe planned to beat him at his own game. The sensual Lord Braxton would prove his intentions were honorable.
The review of this Book prepared by Kelly Lowe