Inherited by Her Enemy

Inherited by Her Enemy

Sara Craven

Andie Brock

ISBN
9780263250466
Pub date
19/12/2014
Imprint
Mills & Boon
Binding
Paperback
Format
A Format 107x170mm
Extent
384 pages
Price
£5.49
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Book Overview


‘All property I bequeath to Andre Duchard…’

As the final words of Virginia Mason’s stepfather’s will are read the silence in the room is deafening. Suddenly innocent Ginny’s life has been shattered. With no inheritance, her future—and her family’s—is entirely in the hands of enigmatic Frenchman Andre Duchard.

Andre is outrageously attractive and everything that Ginny despises in a man—arrogant and cynical. But one devastatingly sensual kiss later virgin Ginny is already in over her head! How can she convince Andre she’s not part of his inheritance when she so desperately yearns for his complete possession?

Praise for Lynne Graham

Inherited by Her Enemy 4* RT Book Review
Craven’s tale is full of secrets, betrayals and new beginnings, set in the Burgundy region of France, and brought to life by her descriptive narrative. Her brooding, sexy French hero and naïve heroine are refreshingly genuine, and their disastrous miscommunications are excitingly real.

Seduction Never Lies 4* RT Book Review
Craven’s good-girl, bad-boy romance is filled with angst, and her innocent termagant heroine and wronged hero are delightful. In an authentic, pastoral, perfect English hamlet, all of their co-stars ring true.

Count Valieri’s Prisoner 4.5* TOP PICK RT Book Review
Craven turns an unseemly situation into a beautiful romance with a gothic twist. Her narrative paints breathtaking scenes and tells a spellbinding tale of deception, revenge and retribution. Brava!

About the author


Sara Craven was born in South Devon just before World War II and grew up in a house crammed with books. Her early career was in provincial journalism, and she had her first novel Garden of Dreams accepted by Mills and Boon in 1975. Sara enjoys listening to music, going to the theatre, watching very old films and eating in good restaurants. She also likes to travel, especially in France, Greece and Italy where many of her novels are set.

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