Sweet Siren

Sweet Siren

by Cerise DeLand

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Overview

Tycoon. Robber baron. Builder of ships, empires...and a fortune.
Few women can resist him. One tries.
But who wins when their choices are revenge--or love?

Killian Hanniford has everything he wants. Charming children, a growing empire and wealth beyond his hard-scrabble childhood dreams. He doesn't need a wife. Doesn't look for love from the women who only want to dip their hands into his wallet.
But one woman cuts him cold--and he wonders why she has the nerve.
Olivia Bereston knows the notorious American millionaire well. He's ruthless, unprincipled. And she's delighted to cut him down to size.
But afterward, he finds her amusing. Intriguing?
Is he mad?
Or is he so unique, so forgiving, she might even learn to forgive herself for her own failures? And love him?

If you love swoon-worthy historical romance, starring endearing heroes, sassy heroines and a family of irresistible charmers, this book is for you! Buy SWEET SIREN to begin your journey!

Product Details

BN ID: 2940159144256
Publisher: W J Power
Publication date: 03/23/2018
Series: Those Notorious Americans , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 315,248
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Cerise DeLand loves to write about dashing heroes and the sassy women they adore. Whether she’s penning historical romances or contemporaries, she has received praise for her poetic elegance and accuracy of detail.
An award-winning author of more than 50 novels, she’s been published since 1991 by Pocket Books, St. Martin’s Press, Kensington and independent presses. Her books have been monthly selections of the Doubleday Book Club and the Mystery Guild. Plus she’s won nominations and awards for Best Historical of the Year, Best Regency and scores of rave reviews from Romantic Times, Affair de Coeur, Publisher’s Weekly and more.
To research, she’s dived into the oldest texts and dustiest library shelves. She’s also traveled abroad, trusty notebook and pen in hand, to visit the chateaux and country homes she loves to people with her own imaginary characters.
And at home every day? She loves to cook, hates to dust, goes swimming once a week and tries (desperately) to grow vegetables in her south Texas garden!

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