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THE MISTRESS DIARIES
by Julianne MacLean

Genre: Historical Romance
Setting: Victorian England

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MacLean's unique sense of plot and character shine through on every page of the scintillating tale about a woman willing to become a man's mistress. Readers will find MacLean's approach to the situation thought provoking and highly romantic.

It's a once-in-a-lifetime, wild and wanton opportunity that drives widowed Cassandra Montrose to become Lord Vincent Sinclair's lover for one passion-filled night. But there are ramifications: a daughter.

A year later, Vincent is set to marry when Cassandra, believing she is dying, brings their child to his door. Vincent is stunned by his powerful attraction to Cassandra and his instantaneous love for baby June. He refuses to leave them out of his life, and Cassandra agrees to be his mistress, in name only. But the friendship between them becomes a burning passion, and Vincent is determined to find a way they can be together as husband and wife with his father's blessing. (Avon, Aug., 384 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Avon

Published: August 2008

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