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Amity Ravenswood couldn't get enough of Cairo! The exotic city made her feel more alive that she'd ever felt in Philadelphia. Then she found herself in the embrace of disreputable Major Ford Gardiner, and the inexperienced traveler feared she might have gotten more adventure than she could handle. The handsome British officer had been branded a thief and a womanizer, and AAmity Ravenswood couldn't get enough of Cairo! The exotic city made her feel more alive that she'd ever felt in Philadelphia. Then she found herself in the embrace of disreputable Major Ford Gardiner, and the inexperienced traveler feared she might have gotten more adventure than she could handle. The handsome British officer had been branded a thief and a womanizer, and Amity knew she should keep him at arm's length. But her good intentions melted under the passionate heat of the major's masterful kiss and the searing desire of his commanding touch!Ford Gardiner knew Amity was special from the start. The chestnut haired American loved this land as much as he did - no fainting spells or condescending airs for her! But her wide eyed innocence was bound to lead her into danger, and Ford felt a strange need to possess and protect this lovely treasure. Even though he could offer her no more than a few nights of reckless rapture, her pursued her with all his heart, determined to explore the beauty of her skin, the warmth of her lips, the softness of her curves, with his daring Moonlight Caress....

Title : Moonlight Caress
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ISBN : 9780821732502
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 480 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Moonlight Caress Reviews

  • Tabetha Waite
    2019-05-07 08:19

    This book wasn't bad. Well written with intrigue, a villain, and a military hero who feels he's not worthy of love. It did get a bit redundant with our heroine, Amity, however. From her sister's house, to a rebellious sheik, to a sacrificial temple in the middle of the Egyptian desert, how much trouble can one woman really get into? Even for a romance, I think the damsel in distress routine was overdone.