Sense and Sensibility

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The Dashwood sisters love too passionately...and, it seems, without reciprocal feelings from the men they choose. But lust can change a man...and a woman.

If love is never sane, then lust certainly is all passion.

Elinor Dashwood cannot explain her affection for polite, reserved Edward Ferrars. In contrast, her younger sister Marianne endlessly extols the visage and virtues of dashing John Willoughby. Frustrated and lonely, Elinor yearns for Edward's touch and some declaration of his regard. Yet she loves him.

Marianne eagerly surrenders to rapture in Willoughby's arms—and cannot even consider the constancy of quiet, compassionate Colonel Brandon. Neither sister can escape the draw of lust. But as they learn more about those men they adore, they learn that love can be both sensible and sensational.

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About the author

What s a gal to do if she lives deep in the heart of Texas, travels often everywhere, and adores Paris, Florence, London, Tokyo and all points east and west?Ah.She becomes an author who can write about those romantic places. And if your sweet tooth craves spies, pirates, body guards and gutsy women of today and yesteryears of medieval and Regency England, then she is the author you crave for smoldering erotic encounters and delicious love affairs!Her name? Cerise DeLand.She earns top-notch reviews for her solo works and for those she writes with her friend and collaborator, Desiree Holt.What s more is that Cerise is the award-winning author of 18 print novels of mystery, mainstream and romance with St. Martin s Press, Pocket Books and Kensington. Her books have been Featured Selections of The Mystery Guild, Doubleday and Rhapsody.Busy lady. Happy writer.Visit her website for info on all her books.Find her on FacebookGo to her blog for headline news, and email her at cerise.deland@ymail.com too!

One of England's most beloved authors, Jane Austen wrote such classic novels as Pride and Prejudice, Sense and Sensibility, Emma, and Northanger Abbey. Published anonymously during her life, Austen's work was renowned for its realism, humour, and commentary on English social rites and society at the time. Austen's writing was supported by her family, particularly by her brother, Henry, and sister, Cassandra, who is believed to have destroyed, at Austen's request, her personal correspondence after Austen's death in 1817. Austen's authorship was revealed by her nephew in A Memoir of Jane Austen, published in 1869, and the literary value of her work has since been recognized by scholars around the world.

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Publisher
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Published on
Dec 6, 2013
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Pages
351
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ISBN
9781781848494
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Erotica / General
Fiction / Historical
Fiction / Romance / Contemporary
Fiction / Romance / General
Fiction / Romance / Historical / General
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Content Protection
This content is DRM protected.
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