Probably 3. Interesting story. Jewel Combs is a 16 year old london street urchin with no future. She works as a pick pocket with a pretty brutal group of men and is in fear that she will end up being sold as a whore. One night she and 2 other men mick and jem set about robbing a young man. Things get out of hand and mick needlessly stabs him.
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Or, get it for Kobo Super Points! See if you have enough points for this item. Cold, aloof, breathtakingly handsome, Sebastian, Earl of Moorland, is the head of that family, and when widowed Jewel belligerently presents herself to him as his newest relative his inclination is to throw her back out on the streets.
But instead he accepts her into the family to spite his icy, unloving mother, on the condition that Jewel let him turn her into Julia Stratham, lady of the town.
Sparks fly between them as Jewel becomes Julia, a stunning beauty, and Sebastian finds himself falling head over heels in love with his own creation.
But Sebastian has learned in a hard school that love is not to be trusted With each new book her luster intensifies Robards has the marvelous talent to zero in on the heart of erotic fantasy. She seems to know instinctively our most secret thoughts and the dreams up the perfect scenario to give them free rein. The result is pure magic. My first book was a ten-page effort written at age five for my grandmother. Throughout grade school, high school and college I wrote for various school publications.
Still, it never occurred to me that I might become a professional writer. I aimed for a career as a lawyer and was actually in law school when I sold my first book. When that happened, the world lost a would-be lawyer and gained a writer. That book, which is still in print, is Island Flame, and it was published when I was twenty-four. The mother of three sons, I read, I write, and I chauffeur children.
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