Secret Touch

PASSION DESIRED Lydia Grey had never felt comfortable with her English relatives with whom she had lived since the death of her parents It was her childhood in India that made her different, filling her with secret desires she knew could never be fulfilled Until she met Lord Vincent Montagu the sensual stranger who could arouse her passion with a single look His aPASSION DESIRED Lydia Grey had never felt comfortable with her English relatives with whom she had lived since the death of her parents It was her childhood in India that made her different, filling her with secret desires she knew could never be fulfilled Until she met Lord Vincent Montagu the sensual stranger who could arouse her passion with a single look His arrogance irritated her, but she could never deny him the ruthless kisses he so masterfully claimed His dark masculinity thrilled her and the feel of his sun darkened body against her own awakened in her a desperate longing that only one man could satisfyRAPTURE CLAIMEDVincent Montagu had grown up on a Greek island but was English by birth, and he had come to England to look for a bride Love and passion had no part in his plan, for duty demanded he marry and produce an heir But when he saw the exquisite Lydia Grey, his desire rose to a fever pitch, this blue eyed temptress with honey colored skin had all the sultry passion of an exotic flower, and Vincent was only too eager to touch her delicate bloom and claim her innermost beauty for his very own He could never give her his heart, but he would take her back to his sun drenched island home where he d kiss and caress her glorious body into a sensuous surrender
Secret Touch PASSION DESIRED Lydia Grey had never felt comfortable with her English relatives with whom she had lived since the death of her parents It was her childhood in India that made her different filling h

  • Title: Secret Touch
  • Author: Jean Innes
  • ISBN: 9780821737460
  • Page: 373
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Secret Touch”

    1. I couldn't go much further than the half of the book the heroine becomes WAY too whiny, the hero is too cold/distant and questions never seen to be answered. *rolls eyes* I tried, I really tried. But I couldn't.

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