A Bride by Moonlight

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HarperCollins, Feb 26, 2013 - Fiction - 417 pages
19 Reviews

Royden Napier, Baron Saint-Bryce, is tall, dark, and ruthless—and on the hunt for a dangerous beauty . . .

On the eve of her escape to the Continent, bold, beautiful Lisette Colburne accepts a proposal she dare not refuse: masquerade as the future bride of the steely-eyed Royden Napier and help him solve his most dangerous case. Soon Lisette is in even greater danger—of losing her heart to the one man with the power to destroy her . . .

Estranged from his aristocratic family, the enigmatic Napier has forged a reputation as Scotland Yard's most relentless police commissioner. He's vowed to bring Lisette to justice—but with every forbidden kiss and every tantalizing touch, he finds himself becoming less convinced of her guilt . . . and more certain he must have her. But when danger touches Lisette, can he save her?

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Review: A Bride by Moonlight (Fraternitas Aureae Crucis #4)

User Review  - Betsy - Goodreads

Characters: Heroine has a vengeful past. Hero is a police commissioner. World Building: Not much. Standard. Plot: Unexplained deaths. Largely internal. Doesn't really further larger story arc. Sex: Medium. Read another: Probably. Read full review

Review: A Bride by Moonlight (Fraternitas Aureae Crucis #4)

User Review  - Melanie - Goodreads

It looks like I reviewed book five of this series [Fraternitas Aureae Crucis series] 'In Love With a Wicked Man' before I did book four, which is this one. Don't ask me how that happened! In regards ... Read full review

About the author (2013)

A lifelong Anglophile, Liz Carlyle cut her teeth reading gothic novels under the bedcovers by flashlight. She is the author of seventeen historical romances, including several New York Times bestsellers. Liz travels incessantly, ever in search of the perfect setting for her next book. Along with her genuine romance-hero husband and four very fine felines, she makes her home in North Carolina.

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