Mistress of the Night

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New Concepts Publishing, Mar 1, 2006 - Fiction - 220 pages
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She walks in beauty like the night. The Earl of Hardcastle is used to living his life shrouded in darkness, preferring to spend his days and nights in his gloomy townhouse than amongst the glittering ton in order to shield himself from a shameful secret he keeps carefully hidden. But his way of life is suddenly threatened when he finds himself longing for, and fantasizing about, Madeline Brydges, Society's resident do-gooder. Love will find a way where wolves fear to prey. Madeline Brydges needs to get married, and she has her sights set on the handsome and mysterious Earl of Hardcastle. But the elusive earl is proving most difficult where marriage is concerned. After years of saving those in need, Madeline is able to spot the signs, and she sees that inside Hardcastle lurks a painful secret. Madeline must risk all if she is to save the man she loves from his demons. Rating: Contains graphic sex and explicit language.

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User Review  - Karen Darling - Goodreads

I liked this book the hero has a most unusual flaw, different than I have every read. I enjoyed it. GREAT JOB Ms. Charlotte Featherstone! Read full review

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User Review  - *MariaA* - Goodreads

Great Plot!! Recommended!! Read full review

About the author (2006)

Charlotte Featherstone writes?erotic historical romance, and historical romance for Harlequin Spice, and HQN Books. Her writing style?has been described as beautiful, haunting, emotional and sensual. Charlotte lives on?Lake Erie's North Shore in Ontario Canada, with her husband, daughter and two lovable but ill behaved dogs

Charlotte's website address is www.charlottefeatherstone.net

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