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Double Dealing

(1987)
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Just by sneaking onto the Barkeley estate, Jed Waters knew he'd boughthimself big trouble. First there was the maze he couldn't escape; then twokiller dogs nipping at his heels; and most perilous, there was Rae Barkeleyherself--all grown up and mistress of the manor whose land he was determinedto acquire for his company's marina. He'd made a deal with her eccentricuncle Merriman, but now the deal was off--and a spirited fight was on!Seeing Jed filled Rae with a kind of delicious fear; the gardener's son hadbecome the roguish hero of her girlhood dreams--how could she not surrender?Rae knew she was tempting fate by kidnapping Jed in a '56 Rolls RoycePhantom, but how else could she keep her eye on him? He was her willingprisoner, but once he'd taken her in his arms, she knew who'd reallycaptured whom. Would he try to romance the house from under her now, orcould she trust her handsome pirate with her heart?

Genre: Romance

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