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Lady Emily's Exotic Journey

Lady Emily's Exotic Journey

Danger and romance flourish on a journey through ancient ruins
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"Newcomer Marek lures readers into her lush novel with her delightful, headstrong heroines and sexy heroes. Adding fabulously intriguing locales, historical details and a roller-coaster ride of adventure with a double romance, and then thrusting readers into the lively paced tale, Marek offers up a captivating read."
- RT Book Reviews
"Lillian Marek has created a wondrous setting that will jump out at readers. The deserts, palaces, and archeological sites are written with great detail and add to the exotic flavor to the story. LADY EMILY'S EXOTIC JOURNEY is a richly detailed romance with unexpected characters romance readers will love."
- Fresh Fiction

Synopsis

From sensible, sheltered girl
Safe in the embrace of her loving family, Lady EmilyTremaine longs to feel more intensely alive. Surely the magic and mystery of Assyria and the fabled ruins of Nineveh will bring about the transformation she seeks.

To the woman his heart desires
Scarred by his past and estranged from his noble grandfather, French adventurer Lucien Chambertin desires neither a home nor the chains of emotional attachment. He seeks only to explore the far reaches of the world. But he did not know the world contained the likes of Lady Emily-whose curiosity and sense of wonder match his own.

Praise for Lady Elinor's Wicked Adventures:
"Lively Victorian adventure...wonderfully different and colorful...sure to charm readers." -RT Book Reviews
"A simply delightful tale of love, passion, and family." -Fresh Fiction

Release date: August 4, 2015

Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca

Print pages: 384

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Behind the book

Not long after the time of this story, and after a series of disasters, European archaeologists lost interest in Mesopotamia. Excavations weren't begun again until the 1920s, under the direction of Max Mallowan, whom you may know as the husband of Agatha Christie. She set several of her mysteries in that part of the world.

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