A Caribbean Heiress in Paris

A Caribbean Heiress in Paris

Fiction & Poetry, Modern & Contemporary Fiction
Paperback Published on: 21/06/2022
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'A Caribbean Heiress in Paris is a triumph!' Sarah MacLean 'Historical romance at its very best - fresh, lush and full of steam!' Sophie Jordan Paris, 1889. Luz Alana Heith-Benzan, heiress to the Caña Brava rum empire, has sailed all the way from Santo Domingo with one purpose: expanding her family's business. Enter James Evanston Sinclair, Earl of Darnick. From their first tempestuous meeting, Luz Alana is conflicted - why is this titled, and infuriatingly charming, Scottish man so willing to help her? Evan might have his own reasons for supporting Luz Alana but every day they spend together makes him yearn for more of her. And with Luz Alana's inheritance dependent on her being married, a marriage of convenience might be the perfect solution. But when Luz Alana set sail to Paris, she came armed with three hundred casks of rum, her two best friends and one simple rule: under no circumstances is she to fall in love . . . Why readers love A Caribbean Heiress in Paris . . . 'Ferociously feminist and sensual, with a dreamily diverse cast. A Caribbean Heiress in Paris is a dazzling historical romance' Helen Hoang 'A breath of fresh air featuring everything I love about historical romance' Martha Waters, author of To Love and to Loathe 'A lush, vivid romance, highly recommended' Evie Dunmore 'A pure delight from start to finish . . . this peek into the glittering world of the Belle Époque will leave you breathless' Joanna Shupe 'Lush settings, rich characters, and that familiar feeling of West Indies's allure will steal your heart' Vanessa Riley 'An enchanting and unforgettable story' Chanel Cleeton 'This book has everything you could want in historical romance' Harper St. George 'The historical romance of my dreams' Eva Leigh

  • Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
  • ISBN: 9780349434469
  • Number of pages: 368
  • Weight: 253g
  • Dimensions: 196 x 126 x 28 mm

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