Mary Jo Putney - Fiction - 1991 - 384 pages
From the "New York Times" bestselling author comes a passionate tale about a lady and an earl who, in a single moment of impetuousness, are swept up into a dangerous intrigue ...
Mary Jo Putney - Fiction - 1992 - 400 pages
Suppressing her sensual nature behind a fac+a2ade of Victorian propriety, Laura Stephenson marries army major Ian Cameron and journeys with him to the mountains of India to ...
Mary Jo Putney - Fiction - 1994 - 384 pages
Utilizing his good looks and cleverness to protect his country and forget a tragic past, Lord Strathmore explores the underside of London society with Kit Travers, a woman ...
Mary Jo Putney - England - 1992 - 381 pages
The "remarkable" (Romantic Times) novel in the dramatic Silk trilogy. "Wonderful." -Nora Roberts "Terrific." -Jayne Ann Krentz
Mary Jo Putney - Fiction - 1991 - 431 pages
Peregrine, a handsome, enigmatic man with a blood debt to collect, seeks his revenge against Charles Weston by setting out to steal his new bride--the beautiful Sara St. James