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    A tale of deception & seduction at its best!

    The Lovely Duckling is an awakening of deception and seduction at its best! Ms. DiPasqua does an incredible job of reeling the reader in to the glamorous setting of 1683 France. Toss in the not so wise scheme of Joseph d’Alumbert, and an unfortunate and a physical altering characteristic to Emilie de Sarron, and you've got yourself one hot trial of passions. The Lovely Duckling is a fast-paced, incredibly sensual novella that tempts the senses. You don't want to miss this book!
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    Loved this quick, easy, hot romance read!

    The Lovely Duckling by Lila DiPasqua is book 8 in the "Fiery Tales" series. This is the story of Joseph d'Alumbert and Emilie de Sarron. This is easily a standalone book if you choose to do so. In addition it is a Novella that is about 110 pages. Which makes it a easy, quick read when you need a little hot romance fast! Emilie was injured in a fire that took her parents life. Emilie has been shy about her scars and when she was having her coming out a group which included Joseph called her names and teased her about her scars. That put a end to her coming out and she left the town to become a recluse. Joseph had always regretted his part in hurting Emilie and had choose to writer her under his brother's name who is actually his twin. So Emilie and Joseph started a friendship via their letters. Emilie gets it into her head to come to one of the shameless house parties where they have sexual encounters with masked 'strangers'. Emilie knows that she will remain a spinster but does want to experience what happens between a man and a women. But Joseph sees her coming into the house and knows that he will have to pretend to be his brother in order to try and stop her. But Joseph is finding Emilie hard to resist! "My honest review is for a special copy I voluntarily read."

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