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Tempted All Night

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  • Posted February 9, 2009

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    An exhilarating early nineteenth century amateur sleuth romantic suspense thriller

    In 1830 London Lady Phaedra Northampton's quest to locate a missing woman Millie abruptly halts when Gorsky the Russian she sought to obtain information from is dead with a knife in his back. Rake Viscount Tristan Talbot also searched for the same dead Russian as a death bed wish he gave to his estranged father who begged him to complete his last Foreign Intelligent Office mission.<BR/><BR/>When Phaedra and Tristan meet, the attraction has both shocked though she denies the feelings having given up on attraction following a scandal. Tristan fears his reaction because he is the son of a failed marriage between his dying dad and a mom his father refuses to speak about. They have a common goal to solve the murder of the Russian, but differing hidden agendas; hers is to find the missing female from her village and his to please his father. Love is a hindrance to each.<BR/><BR/>This exhilarating early nineteenth century amateur sleuth romantic suspense thriller grips the audience due to the baggage both lead characters carry as they investigate their connected cases and fall in love. Phaedra has a past that makes it difficult for her to trust while Tristan wants to reconcile with his dad. Fans will enjoy their antics as both are used to hanging out with their servants rather than the Ton. Love is a pain in the butt for this pair, but the desire is overwhelming.<BR/><BR/>Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted April 19, 2010

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    Very Good!

    I really enjoyed this book, I liked the characters very much, they were fun. I didn't want to put this book down, I just wanted to keep reading. It was easy to read and fun. This is the second book of the series, try to read them in order.
    I give this book 5 stars.

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