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His Abductor’s Desire: Exclusive Excerpt

An exclusive excerpt of a selected scene from Harper St. George's His Abductor's Desire (March 1, 2014) is available on Heroes and Heartbreakers to members. Please log in or register to read the full excerpt.

His Abductor's Desire by Harper St. George

Montana Territory, 1887

Heiress-turned-outlaw Charity Blake is determined to get back the fortune the Davenport banking family took from her father—even if she has to hold Brent Davenport ransom to do it! After all, the seductive charmer stole something even more valuable from her five years ago: her heart. But once she has Brent in chains, Charity must face the fact that her desire for the man has grown from the sweet dreams of a young girl to the unquenchable passion of a woman. And soon it's not clear whether she's the captor, or the captive….

By some unspoken decree, it was decided that Charity would be in charge of caring for the captive. Charity accepted this, but that didn’t stop her from grumbling to herself as she stood outside the barn and mentally prepared herself for the imminent confrontation. Brent unsettled her so easily but she vowed to keep her cool this time.

He was sitting on the floor of the stall with one knee up, arms resting at his sides. It looked like a natural repose if you didn’t look too closely at the iron rings in the wall, used to keep an animal immobile for gelding or the occasional stitching, and the chains that led down to his wrists. Even in captivity, Brent managed to exude a lackadaisical grace and charm that suggested the chains were completely under his control.

“Hello, Miss Blake.” He smiled. “I wondered when I’d see you again.” They could have been meeting again at a party back in Boston.

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