Books by Jean Ross Ewing

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Flowers Under Ice

Watching Dominic Wyndom, ex-spy and younger brother to an Earl, cling perilously to a church steeple makes the perfect opening for Flowers Under Ice. Few rakes, disillusioned or not, are as willing to court death. Soon Dominic learns that his estranged wife Harriet is dead. Her companion, Catriona ...

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Illusion

When I began reading Illusion I thought I would be treated to a meeting between East and West set against the backdrop of the Napoleonic wars. I looked forward to reading about a heroine trained in the erotic arts of India and a hero who had suffered his share of miseries. But my appreciation dissip ...

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Illusion

The illusion surrounding Nigel Arundham, Lord Rivaulx, is that he mourns his mistress, that he is responsible for her death, that he is debauched, a libertine, a scoundrel. The illusion surrounding Frances Woodard is that she is the exotic mistress of Lord Donnington, that her "training" in an Ind ...