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Don't Bargain with the Devil

Don't Bargain with the Devil

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New York Times
bestselling author Sabrina Jeffries’s School for Heiresses series concludes with the fifth and sixth sexy and seductive stories "destined to captivate readers with its sensuality and wonderfully enchanting plots" (Romantic Times).

When Diego Montalvo, a dashing Spanish magician, moves next door to Charlotte Harris’s School for Young Ladies, the beautiful and determined Lucy Seton sets out to save the threatened school. Diego has come to England to find the long-lost granddaughter of a Spanish Marques and return her to Spain, and he is convinced that Lucy is the woman he’s been looking for. Now, he just has to steal a look at her thigh to confirm a birthmark before whisking her away to Spain to collect his reward. But Diego never suspected his mission would include falling in love...

In the wonderful conclusion of the series, Charlotte Harris, the beloved headmistress of the School for Young Ladies, finds romance with her mysterious pen pal known only as "Cousin Michael." In Wed Him Before You Bed Him, readers will finally discover his identity in this fun and sexy finale.

Filled with passion, romance, and loveable heroines, the School for Heiresses series proves Sabrina Jeffries is a "grand mistress of storytelling" (Romantic Times).
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  • Pocket Books | 
  • 384 pages | 
  • ISBN 9781416560814 | 
  • May 2009
List Price $9.99


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Q. how did you come to write Don't Bargain with the Devil?

A. The heroine, Lucy Seton, was a secondary character in Let Sleeping Rogues Lie, and I felt she should have a book. As for the hero, while I was plotting the novella I wrote before I wrote this book, I stumbled across a website about magic and magicians (the non-paranormal kind), and since I've always found magicians sexy, I thought it might be fun to pair one with Lucy, since she likes "flashy" men. The rest came out of that.

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