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Sophisticated man of the world? Captivating woman? Glamorous, international settings? Passion and seduction? But the best part? Scandal at the Balfour Ball will be available July 1 on eHarlequin.
Sharon Kendrick was born in England, and grep up near Heathrow Airport. She has been writing stories for as long as she can remember and completed her first book at the age of eleven. It featured identical twins fighting evil at their boarding school, but sadly this early manuscript has been lost. Sharon wanted to be a journalist and so enroled on a secretarial course to learn shorthand and typing, but life kind of got in the way and she drifted in and out of a succesion of jobs. She has been a waitress, a cook, a dancer and a photographer. She has worked in shops and sung in bars and she qualified as a nurse and drove an ambulance across the Australian desert! When she settled down and married her dashing doctor, she decided life was not a rehearsal and that if she wanted to write a book she'd just have to sit down and do it.
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It's been five years since Alexa set eyes on Giovanni de Verrazzano--five years since she walked out on their pretense of a marriage and took with her a precious secret. Since discovering that he is the son of a powerful desert ruler, Giovanni is determined that Alexa resume her role as his wife and accompany him to his desert kingdom. But how will this proud Italian, of Kharastani descent, react when he discovers he has a son? Nor to be sleeping to feel you had stumbled into a nightmare. For a split second a fragment of optimism floated before her as she narrowed her eyes to watch the man who sauntered with such careless grace down the cobblestoned street. But hope died as he grew closer and she saw a group of women stop talking mid-sentence and turn their heads to follow his path.
Alice was young and very enthusiastic, but right now she looked almost transported. Her face was tight with excitement and disbelief—as if Santa Claus himself had arrived early with a full contingent of reindeer. No snow, unfortunately. Only a few heavy raindrops spattering against the glass. Snow might have helped boost her mood—to help shift off the inevitable feeling of not quite fitting in which always descended on her at this time of year. She never found it easy to enjoy Christmas—which was one of the main reasons why she tended to ignore the festival until it had gone away.