by Abra Taylor
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How could she convince Raoul? Dell Everett was in France under false pretenses - as the fiancee of the late Rhys Morgan, writer of erotic poetry. The engagement had been for publicity only - the lie should have ended with his death. But his mother insisted on meeting the woman to whom Rhys had dedicated his last searing poems. She found them romantic. Raoul de Briand, her other son, found them disgusting. He knew what kind of woman inspired verse like that. Somehow Dell must convince him that the poet's shameless muse had been somebody else!
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