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Confessions at Midnight

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Great Regency romance

    When the Ladies Literary Society of London selects as its latest novel ¿Memoirs of a Mistress¿, Viscountess Carolyn Turner thinks nothing of it until she reads the titillating content that heats her as much or more than her late spouse did although they worked the sheets. Carolyn considers an affair might cool her need.------------ Lord Daniel Sutton has loved Carolyn for years, but hid his feelings from her as she was married. With the proper time passing since her husband died, Daniel decides to seduce the widow into being his mistress as marriage is not for him. She accepts his offer believing she can control her emotions while satisfying her body. As they make love, they fall in love, but it takes a killer trying to murder Carolyn that makes him realize he wants her safe as his wife.------------- The return of the fun loving Ladies Literary Society (see SLEEPLESS AT MIDNIGHT) will have Regency romance fans up at night reading their latest escapades especially that of member Carolyn. The relationship between the lead couple is fun to follow even more than Memoirs of a Mistress. Although the late suspense awakens Daniel to what he could lose, this seems unnecessary as Jacquie D¿Alessandro moves readers and club members from Frankenstein to erotica.----- Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 21, 2012

    Ok

    243 pages. I wish that there was a bit more to the story. It is well written but it felt almost as if the story was written around the sex scenes. I read a lot of romance and felt that the sex took over what could have been an even better novel with a bit less of it.

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