Moonlight & Mechanicals

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Harlequin, Oct 22, 2012 - Fiction
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London, 1859

Engineer Winifred "Wink" Hadrian has been in love with Inspector Liam McCullough for years, but is beginning to lose hope when he swears to be a lifelong bachelor. Faced with a proposal from a Knight of the Round Table and one of her closest friends, Wink reluctantly agrees to consider him instead.

Because of his dark werewolf past, Liam tries to keep his distance, but can't say no when Wink asks him to help find her friend's missing son. They soon discover that London's poorest are disappearing at an alarming rate, after encounters with mysterious "mechanical" men. Even more alarming is the connection the missing people may have with a conspiracy against the Queen.

Fighting against time—and their escalating feelings for each other—Wink and Liam must work together to find the missing people and save the monarchy before it's too late...

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Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
11
Section 3
35
Section 4
57
Section 5
76
Section 6
98
Section 7
119
Section 8
138
Section 9
164
Section 10
187
Section 11
205
Section 12
226
Section 13
242
Section 14
262
Section 15
277
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About the author (2012)

Author of over thirty popular books and novellas in paranormal, historical, and contemporary romance, Cindy Spencer Pape is an avid reader of romance, fantasy, mystery, and even more romance. According to The Romance Studio, her plots are full of twist and turns that keep the reader poised at the edge of their seat. Joyfully Reviewed said, her colorful characters and plot building surprises kept me spellbound, and Romantic Times Magazine says her characters are appealing, and passionate sex leads to a satisfying romance. Cindy firmly believes in happily-ever-after. Married for more than twenty years to her own, sometimes-kilted hero, she lives in southern Michigan with him and two teenage sons, along with an ever-changing menagerie of pets. Cindy has been, among other things, a banker, a teacher, and an elected politician, but mostly an environmental educator, though now she is lucky enough to write full-time. Her degrees in zoology and animal behavior almost help her comprehend the three male humans who share her household. For more about Cindy and her books, you can find her on her website, or her blog.

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