By Meredith Duran
"**A new and evocative Regency historic novel from emerging celebrity Meredith Duran, an writer for whom, as *Fresh Fiction* stated, “readers intend to make room on their keeper shelf.” **
By candlelight, she lures him…
Glittering court docket socialites and underworld cutpurses alike comprehend that Adrian Ferrers, Earl of Rivenham, is the main harmful guy in London. Rivenham will enable nothing—not the deepening shadow of conflict, nor the turning out to be darkness inside him—interfere together with his ambition to revive his relatives to its former glory. but if tasked by way of the king to discover a traitor, he discovers as a substitute a conspiracy—and a lady whose braveness awakens bad temptations. to avoid wasting her is to probability every thing. to like her may cost his lifestyles.
At swordpoint she defies him…
Lady Leonora is familiar with that Rivenham is the satan in attractive disguise—and that the impossible to resist rigidity among them is as unpredictable because the limitation during which Nora reveals herself: held hostage on her personal property by means of Rivenham and the king’s males. but if battle breaks out, Nora has no selection yet to put her belief in her dearest enemy—and pray that love doesn't develop into the weapon that destroys them both…
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