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review A Dangerous Man Women and Men #2 º PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ö ➲ A Dangerous Man Women and Men #2 Read ➺ Author Candace Camp – Insolpro.co.uk Eleanor has always been looked on askance as 'the bossy American' by London society the very antithesis of British virtue and propriety Now at the deathInfuriated her mother in law sends Lord Anthony Neale to put A Dangerous eBook #10003 an end to Eleanor's nefarious gold digging waysAnthony and Eleanor clash immediately He thinks she's a siren who uses beauty to entrap men She thinks he's a haughty cold English. I would definitely recommend this sweat romance It is not a modern day contemporary erotic piece with every detail of its indiscretions finely painted

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Snob Despite their initial misgivings they are increasingly drawn to each other But someone is threatening Eleanor and as the break ins and other malicious Dangerous Man Women MOBI #239 activities begin to pile up it's Anthony who tops the list of probable suspects. Candace Camp scores a hit with this tale of Anthony and EleanorIf you like a Recency novel that has humor mystery intrigue and steamy romance this is for you It's a full length novel that will keep you entertained from the opening sentence

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A Dangerous Man Women and Men #2Eleanor has always Man Women MOBI #238 been looked on askance as 'the bossy American' by London society the very antithesis of British virtue and propriety Now at the death of her husband she has been appointed trustee to his estate and the proverbial fur is flying. Well no doubt about it this one comes AFTER An Independent Woman I can't for a moment think why it's listed as the first in this series here in Goodreads and on Camp's own website In the previous book Eleanor and her relatively newlywed husband are introduced and they leave for Italy so that he can regain his health This one begins just after his death in Italy So it's a no brainer As I said the only uandary is why this is listed as #1As for the book itself the shift from strong independent unemotional Eleanor to a woman madly in love for the first time is a bit tricky but it's not unsuccessful The mystery is not a surprise when it is resolved although there were enough potential red herrings for one to feel smug at having guessed right Did think Eleanor and her guy were a bit long in figuring out where the list was hidden