A Vow of Obligation

A Vow of Obligation

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Tawney is caught stealing a lap-top to save a fellow chambermaid's reputation. To save her job she must marry her employer!
Publisher: Toronto : Harlequin Books, ©2012.
ISBN: 9780373130733
Characteristics: 185, [5] pages ;,17 cm.


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abkeller May 19, 2013

Wealthy and handsome Navarre Cazier jumps to the obvious conclusion when he catches a chambermaid apparently stealing his laptop in his hotel room. Yet, Tawny Blake doesn’t seem like a hardened criminal. Her brilliant red hair and attractive figure are enticing to be sure, but Navarre can’t take any chances. With a huge deal about to close, he cannot risk having the secret negotiations leaked to the public.
So, Navarre makes Tawny a deal. He won’t press charges against her if she’ll pose as his fiancée for a brief time. Reluctantly, Tawny agrees. However, being Navarre’s kept woman does have a few advantages. Never has Tawny been so pampered! Her hair is styled to perfection and her makeup applied with an artist’s hand. Her skin and muscles are massaged and her nails trimmed and carefully decorated.
Then there’s the lavish amount of money spent on her apparel. Navarre spares no expense, clothing her in designer dresses and lavish ball gowns from the finest dress makers, with accessories to match. Still, Tawny fights against the men and women sent to guard and watch her every move.
Navarre himself is having difficulty believing that Tawny is capable of such a crime as theft. Little by little, she gets under his skin until she is a fever in his blood, a raging fire that Navarre is reluctant to extinguish.

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