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  • ISBN 1599983923
  • ISBN13 978-1599983929
  • Language English
  • Author Louisa Trent
  • Publisher Samhain Publishing (May 15, 2007)
  • Pages 272
  • Formats mobi lit lrf docx
  • Category Fiction
  • Subcategory Erotica
  • Size ePub 1699 kb
  • Size Fb2 1494 kb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 721

For Emily Parker, art insurance investigator Steven Gallagher is prepared to bleed. Emily is a liar and a thief, a former juvenile delinquent, and Steve's damn sure she's involved somewhere in The Cuzin Case he's working on. And it doesn?t matter. He doesn?t care about any of it, including the fact she's using him?and sex?to get whatever the hell it is she's after. Regardless of everything?ethics, morality, the law?regardless that he swore off women years before, Steve falls hard for the foul-mouthed little con artist, a streetwise gutsy chick who refuses to let a bad past beat her down. To keep Emily safe, he?ll do whatever it takes, put it all on the line? And keep her in line. Even if he has to apply his dominant streak to her naughty little backside, she?ll get everything she needs from him. Except his trust. No way, is he trusting his LOST ANGEL.

Lost Angel Louisa Trent Published 2004 ISBN 1-931761-91-4 Published by Liquid Silver Books, imprint of Atlantic Bridge Publishing, 6280 Crittenden Ave, Indianapolis, Indiana.

Lost Angel Louisa Trent Published 2004 ISBN 1-931761-91-4 Published by Liquid Silver Books, imprint of Atlantic Bridge Publishing, 6280 Crittenden Ave, Indianapolis, Indiana. Published by Liquid Silver Books, imprint of Atlantic Bridge Publishing, 6280 Crittenden Ave, Indianapolis, Indiana. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, recording or otherwise, without the prior written permission of the author. Manufactured in the United States of America.

Louisa Trent has been published in ebook and print format since 2001 through several publishing companies and now as a self-published author. She writes across the genres - contemporary, historical, paranormal, multi-cultural, and sci-fi

Louisa Trent has been published in ebook and print format since 2001 through several publishing companies and now as a self-published author. She writes across the genres - contemporary, historical, paranormal, multi-cultural, and sci-fi. Basically, she writes whatever piques her interest, and she is a writer of many passionate interests.

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For Emily Parker, art insurance investigator Steven Gallagher is prepared to bleed. Emily is a liar and a thief, a former juvenile delinquent, and Steve's damn sure she's involved somewhere in The Cuzin Case he's working on.

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Fearlesshunter
I would have rated this book higher had it not been for some hollering mistakes like 'haven't went'. Apart from this it was a thrilling read with a wonderful chemistry between the main characters and a gradual build up of passion.

Steve is a sinfully appealing investigator looking into the theft of a famous painting. His main suspect has gone missing after the murder of whatt Steve suspects is her accomplice, until lo and behold, she appears at his doorstep looking for work. Emily thus walks into the lion's den and a very hungry lion at that as Steve has led a very lonely existence since his wife's death. Emily herself is unaware of his real identity. She is on the run as an attempt on her life was made and has no one to turn to. She is an orphan, raised in loveless foster homes and has made do all alone since she ran away at the age of thirteen. She is now in desperate need of protection and Steve is not going to let such an opportunity pass by unexploited.

The love scenes culminate in tandem with the characters feelings and trust for each other, so they are scorchingly passionate. Steve and Emily are insatiable for each other by the time they let their defences down and consumate their affair. Great read. I look forward to more books by this author.
invasion
Steve has been hired to find a missing painting, and is being paid for his discretion in doing so, which is how he likes it. But when his only suspect is murdered, and the one woman closest to him disappears, his determination to find the work of art doubles, even if it means bringing down his lost angel.

When I found out Lost Angel by Louisa Trent was being offered for review, I had to grab it immediately. I love Ms. Trent's writing, and don't think I have ever found a book by her I have not liked. This was no exception. Steve is hard and gentle, determined and sneaky. Emily is scared and resourceful, submissive and strong-minded. Both of them need to learn to trust despite what they have gone through in the past, and despite what they think they know about the other. This is one of Ms. Trent's earlier works, and although references were made to a BDSM lifestyle, there were few examples at the typical level we find in most erotic romances now. It was mostly a sweet, hot story with a little bit of fairly mild kink thrown in.

Elysia
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