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DANCING ON THE WIND by MARY JO PUTNEY

Summary

Like his namesake, Lucifer, Lord Strathmore is known for unearthly beauty and diabolical cleverness. A tragic past has driven him to use his formidable talents to protect his country from secret enemies, and it is a job he does superlatively well—until he meets a mysterious woman whose skill at deception equals his own. By turns glamorous and subdued, reckless yet vulnerable, his enchanting adversary baffles his mind even as she captures his heart.

A perilous mission has forced Kit Travers into a deadly game of everchanging identities and needful lies, where a single misstep might cost her her life. But her disguises are easily penetrated by the Earl of Strathmore. Unwilling to trust, yet unable to part, they join forces to search the dangerous underside of London society. Yet even two master deceivers cannot escape from passion's sensual web—or from an impossible love more precious than life itself...

Additional Information

Upon its initial publication, the RITA Award-winning novel Dancing on the Wind was praised as a "winner" that "proves the adage that writers do not age, they just get better" (Affaire de Coeur). With this USA Today bestseller finally back in print, discover for yourself why Mary Jo Putney is one of today's most beloved romance writers...

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Dancing on the Wind
by Mary Jo Putney

Signet
May 1, 2003
ISBN #0451209109
304 pages
Paperback (reprint)
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Mary Jo Putney

A Distant Magic
Dragon Lovers
The Marriage Spell
Stolen Magic
The Journey Home
A Kiss of Fate
Dearly Beloved
The Bartered Bride
Irresitible Forces
Uncommon Vows
Christmas Revels
Twist of Fate
Christmas Revels
Veils of Silk
The Bartered Bride
The Spiral Path
The China Bride
The Burning Point
Faery Magic

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