PASSIONATE DECEPTION... Shylo McBride never thought her little fib about being related to the president would result in a proposal from Dimitri Adonis. He certainly was as stunningly handsome as his Greek god namesake, but Shylo had no real desire to marry--all she wanted was a ticket out west so she could find her mother.
Dimitri has his own less than noble motives for posing as a wealthy aristocrat and seducing the American debutante.
As the passionate deceivers struggle with their tangling lies, they soon discover that beneath the deceptions lay true love's sweet embrace.
THE INCONVENIENT BRIDES, in series order:
The Bride Wore Spurs
Marrying Miss Shylo
The Marring Kind
"An adventurous romp...!" Diane Potwin. Literary Times
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November 03, 2011
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Excerpt from Marrying Miss Shylo by Sharon Ihle
"Are you all right?" Shylo asked, moving closer. "You look a little flushed. Is the heat getting to you?"
"It appears that it is," Dimitri said, fighting the urge to rip the pins from her hair and let it tumble over his hands. "What I have in mind," he whispered, "will not cool either of us. This is all right with you?"
"It is if you want to court me."
Dimitri was taken aback. Were all American women so aggressive? "I suppose you could say that, among other things, is what I have in mind."
"What other things?" She tilted up her chin, parting her lips in case he hadn't caught on.
Dimitri lowered his head and brushed his mouth over hers. "Something like that. Do you still approve?"
She was surprised to hear her own voice come out in a breathless whisper. "Mr. Adonis, if I'd known it was going to be so much trouble getting you to kiss me, I would've just sat down and wrote you a letter."