When She Was Bad...

When She Was Bad...

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Lita Morales may be an Hispanic girl from the poor end of the Bronx but she has two major assets: she's utterly gorgeous, with her smooth skin and fantastic figure, and she also has a brain like a steel trap. Her ambition burns so brightly it's almost overwhelming. Life is going to give her exactly what she wants - success, power and money. Then she meets Rupert. Smooth, aristocratic and devastatingly handsome, he has something special that drives Lita wild. When he walks out on her, she is beyond devastated. Rebecca Lancaster was only a baby when she lost her family in a car crash. At eighteen, she inherits Fairfield Court, one of the most exquisite stately homes in England, along with the family business. After growing up in America, she finds her English inheritance complex and foreign but the suave Lord Lancaster, her titled second cousin, is eager to lend a hand - and offers a passion that Rebecca has never known. But the baron has much more on his mind than love, as Becky discovers to her cost. Linked by betrayal, two beautiful women are set unexpectedly at loggerheads, and discover that revenge can be very sweet indeed...show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 320 pages
  • 152 x 234 x 26mm | 476g
  • Orion Publishing Co
  • ORION
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 0752821520
  • 9780752821528

About Louise Bagshawe

Louise Bagshawe had her first novel, Career Girls, published successfully while in her early twenties. She has now written five novels and lives in New York with her husband.show more

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