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A Woman Made for Sin: Exclusive Excerpt

An exclusive excerpt of a selected scene from Michele Sinclair's A Woman Made for Sin (August 5, 2014) is available on Heroes and Heartbreakers to members. Please log in or register to read the full excerpt..

A Woman Made for Sin by Michele Sinclair

Three best friends are the most eligible ladies in London. But Lady Aimee Wentworth only has eyes for the handsome sailor who captured her heart long ago…


Lady Aimee Wentworth has grown tired of Reece Hamilton avoiding her. Unable to shake her childhood vow to marry the dashing sailor, she devises a plan that she’s certain will land her in his arms. But before she can act, she’s captured by Reece’s crew, and an ill-timed case of mistaken identity all but shatters her hopes of winning back his affections…


Born the untitled second son of a lord, Reece has resigned himself to the life of a sailor. Unable to provide the luxuries befitting a Lady, he insisted that Aimee seek the hand of a nobleman. But when he discovers her on board his ship he knows there is only one direction in which to set his sails—toward a destiny more adventurous—and more passionate—than either could have ever imagined…

Reece’s head snapped up at the first sign of movement from Aimee. She moaned and her hand moved to her head. For a moment, he just stared at her, making sure that what he was seeing was not a vision he had conjured. Aimee was not just alive, but awake. He let his head collapse back into hands.

In one second, he was seeing Aimee, frozen on the mast of his ship. In the next, a wave had overtaken her. As soon as it cleared, he had frantically scanned the decks, as had the rest of his crew—who knew that if she was not found, Reece would not be accountable for his actions. But he had spotted her. Her body was curled into a ball, her head against the gunwale just underneath the rail. And she was not moving.

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