Corrupting Dr. Nice

Corrupting Dr. Nice

Book - 1997
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Baker & Taylor
August Faison and his gorgeous daughter, Genevieve, are seasoned swindlers who rove across time in search of new victims to fleece until Genevieve finds herself falling in love with Dr. Owen Vannice against her better judgement, and is willing to double-cross her father to win him

Blackwell North Amer
August Faison and his gorgeous young daughter, Genevieve, are rogues of the first water - seasoned swindlers who rove across time in search of new victims to fleece. Now the most precious pigeon of them all has fallen into their laps, in Jerusalem at the time of Christ.
Dr. Owen Vannice is too innocent, and far too rich, for his own good. A fabulously wealthy young amateur paleontologist who has just spent the last year, and billions of his parents' dollars, doing research in the Cretaceous period, he finds himself stranded in the Holy City with a rapidly growing baby dinosaur in tow.
Simon is a disillusioned disciple whose master has been kidnapped uptime by colonists from the future. Now he works for the exploitive crosstime corporations, which have turned his timeline into a tourist trap, complete with luxury hotels and junkets to the Crucifixion.
When a desperate act of sabotage brings them all together, their lives are drastically transformed.

Baker
& Taylor

When they meet at the transtemporal stage at the Jerusalem 42 C.E. Hilton, con artist Genevieve attempts to take advantage of the rich Dr. Vannice but instead finds herself falling in love with the famed "Dr. Nice."

Publisher: New York : Tor, c1997
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780312861162
0312861168
Characteristics: 316 p. ; 22 cm

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AitchmarkB52
May 16, 2014

not nice at all. Thumbs down, I fear.

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