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RUINED BY MOONLIGHT
by Emma Wildes

Genre: Regency Period, Historical Romance, England
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: Regency England

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Regency romance is known for its themes of matchmaking, but few authors have taken this theme and turned it around within a lively, sexy, love story. Wildes gifts readers with not one but two charming romances featuring the awakening of sensual love and the building of trust, companionship and deep passion. Throw in a mystery, and readers are sure to find this double dose a delicious treat.

Benjamin, Lord Heathton, is trying to balance his roles of husband and earl when he is asked to locate his wife’s missing cousin and a notorious rake. Meanwhile his countess, Alicia, is staging a campaign to make their marriage a passionate, equal union in and out of bed. Lady Elena Morrow and Lord Andrew awaken in bed without any memory of how they got there. They have been kidnapped, but why? With each passing day, their closeness forges friendship and temptation. Love blossoms before they escape, but returning to London causes new problems — and even more of a mystery for Benjamin and Alicia to solve. (SIGNET ECLIPSE, Sep., 310 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: SIGNET ECLIPSE

Published: September 2012

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