A Loveswept Classic Review: Nights in White Satin by Linda Cajio

Posted November 18th, 2012 by in Blog, Category Romance, LoveSwept, Review / 0 comments

 A Loveswept Classic Romance: Nights in White Satin by Linda Cajio



Publisher: Loveswept (October 8, 2012)

Book Info:

In this steamy romance from Linda Cajio, a woman’s quest for retribution is derailed by blissful nights and sinful desires—until she discovers that the best revenge is loving well.
Jill Daneforth has come overseas to retrieve a prized emerald necklace from the con man who swindled it from her mother. But after arriving in England, she meets the handsome, aristocratic Rick Kitteridge, who may take her mind off her intended goal: to find the thief and take back what is rightfully hers. Rick proves a delicious distraction . . . but are Jill’s secrets safe with the seductive blue-eyed devil?

Bewitched by this vision of loveliness, Rick decides to court the enchanting young lady with all the fierce passion at his command. Torn between the desperate mission at hand and the man whose touch she cannot resist, Jill surrenders to Rick’s wild embrace. Could he help her steal the necklace back? After all, he’s already stolen her heart.


Nights in White Satin was a page turner for start to finish.

Jill has gone to England to try to retrieve a family heirloom, an emerald necklace that has been passed throughout generations for 300 years.

She was next in line to receive and care for the necklace, but her mother has been conned by a man who told her the necklace was stolen from his family and sold it to him for nothing. Now she has to retrieve the necklace if she wants to make sure the heirloom is not lost and that her parents marriage doesn’t dissolve because of her mother’s carelessness.

With the help of Lady Lettice Kitteridge she is now in England trying to locate the thief. Lady Lettice said that her son could help Jill, only her son has gone to Moscow for a month. Rick, Lettice’s grandson, is surprised by his grandmother’s unexpected visit to his manor and even more by the vision of her guest Jill.

Jill and Rick’s attraction is very obvious and instant but deceptions are not easily forgiven. It will take a lot of cooperation from Jill and Rick if they want to steal the necklace back from the con artist. And even more if they want their relationship to flourish. But Jill will have to consider what’s more important to her, loosing the necklace or the love of her life.

Nights in White Satin is a fun read that will keep you turning the pages to find out if Jill and Rick will be able to find the way to true happiness or if they will loose everything to a con artist instead.

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