The innocent and the highwayman...
One moment Prudence Walker is living the life of a plain, dutiful orphan, searching for her lost kitten during a storm; the next she finds herself lying in a highwayman's arms. Wounded in a foiled robbery attempt, the dreaded Scottish highwayman seems harmless enough—until he steals her will and her heart with his honeyed kisses.
The innocent lass is everything Sebastian Kerr has ever wanted, but believed he could never have. When she discovers the dangerous double life he is leading, he is forced to risk his own life to save hers. It doesn't take him long to realize that he must win the one treasure he cannot steal—Prudence’s love.
“A terrific tale full of larger than life characters and thrilling romance!”—Amanda Quick, New York Times bestselling author
“From humor to adventure, poignancy to passion, tenderness to sensuality, Teresa Medeiros has written a rare love story to cherish.”—Romantic Times
“Nobody writes humor with more heart or passion with more pleasure.”—Christina Dodd, New York Times bestselling author
“A superb storyteller. Medeiros can pull every last emotion from the reader with tear-inducing scenes and laugh-out-loud dialogue.”—Booklist
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New York Times bestseller Teresa Medeiros wrote her first novel at the age of twenty-one, introducing readers to one of the most beloved and versatile voices in romance and women's fiction. She has appeared on every national bestseller list, including the New York Times, USA Today and Publishers Weekly lists. She currently has over ten million books in print and is published in over seventeen languages. Teresa lives in Kentucky with her husband and her cats Willow Tum-Tum and Buffy the Mouse Slayer.
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