Sing Witch, Sing Death
Lady Pamela was much too forthright to harbor illicit designs on the brooding master of Tremaire. She was paid to be a companion to Countess St. Just - not to his lordship. But sequestered in the secluded mansion, Pamela couldn't deny the growing attraction any more than she could reason away the ominous sense of danger that chilled her.
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