Belladonna

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Warner Books, 1998 - Fiction - 501 pages
16 Reviews
Who is Belladonna?

In New York City, she's known only as the mysterious masked woman who presides over the most exclusive, opulent club of the times.

In Virginia's blue-blood countryside, she's known as the Contessa, the elusive heiress who flaunts convention and shuns human contact.

But then there are a wretched few who remember her from "The Club" and knew her as a fresh-faced innocent whom they desired...and misled...and left to the sadistic devices of a nobleman who robbed her of her youth, her dignity, and, ultimately her heart.

As Belladonna's story, told by one of her faithful manservants, slowly unfolds, we learn the horrifying truth behind Belladonna's masks and her insatiable desire for vengeance. It is a truth that involves betrayal, murder, depravity -- a truth so chilling that it will pit brother against brother, father against son, and will force Belladonna to ultimately confront the one man who can ultimately either destroy her, or set her free.

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Starts out slow, then picks up the pace. - Goodreads
I wasn't too satisfied with the ending. - Goodreads
Plan, plot, keep it direct. - Goodreads

Review: Belladonna: A Novel of Revenge

User Review  - Elizabeth - Goodreads

LOVE this book. Sexy as hell! Read full review

Review: Belladonna: A Novel of Revenge

User Review  - Shannon Bradley - Goodreads

One of my favorite books ever. I recommend this to everyone I know who reads. A perfect novel of the hunt and determination to find and get revenge. Read full review

About the author (1998)

Karen Molineis the author of two novels, Lunch and Belladonna, and is the co-author of the humor bookSh*tty Mom: The Parenting Guide for the Rest of Us(Hodder & Stoughton UK, Abrams US), published in September 2012. She has also ghostwritten/co-authored over two dozen nonfiction books; written hundreds of articles on pop culture, entertainment, and beauty for publications in the United States, UK, and Australia; and worked as a freelance correspondent for BBC World Service Radio.She lives with her son in New York City.

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