Her Mad Baron [NOOK Book]

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Nathaniel, the new Baron Felston, awakes from a fever to discover he's a prisoner on his own estate. At first, certain he's gone insane, Nathaniel learns potent opiates are the cause of his strange vision. But, barricaded in a small room, he can't outwit his mysterious jailer.

Determined to steal back one of her father's swords, Florrie Cadero gets more than she bargained for when she breaks into the baron's mansion. The dashing, drugged man ...
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Her Mad Baron

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Overview

Nathaniel, the new Baron Felston, awakes from a fever to discover he's a prisoner on his own estate. At first, certain he's gone insane, Nathaniel learns potent opiates are the cause of his strange vision. But, barricaded in a small room, he can't outwit his mysterious jailer.

Determined to steal back one of her father's swords, Florrie Cadero gets more than she bargained for when she breaks into the baron's mansion. The dashing, drugged man in the locked room soon sweeps her into his story--and his bed. When she discovers they're trapped together, she devises a clever escape. Addicted to his captor's drugs and bent on revenge, Nathaniel seeks out the feisty thief who freed him. Florrie, now a shopgirl, has foresworn her life of adventure. But Nathaniel's offer of employment intrigues her. Together they must break his addiction and expose the villain who would destroy his life.

Originally published as The Mad Baron by Summer Devon. This version includes the first chapter of The Powder of Love. Warning: Contains sexually explicit material.
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Editorial Reviews

http://www.theromancereviews.com/viewbooks.php?bookid=2394 - The Romance Reviews
5/5 stars "Wow! What a nice surprise! THE MAD BARON is a wonderful treasure found. This is no disposable romance. It is an instant classic to be kept "on the shelf" and read over and over. . . Much more depth than the usual romance. Excellent emotional element. Highly recommended!" --Top Pick at TRR
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148143604
  • Publisher: Kate Rothwell
  • Publication date: 1/7/2014
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 18,286
  • File size: 376 KB

Meet the Author


Kate Rothwell is an award-winning author who also publishes under the name Summer Devon. She writes romances of all sorts, including some historical m/m books with Bonnie Dee.

Kate is published with Kensington, Simon and Schuster, Samhain, Ellora's Cave, Total-e-bound, Liquid Silver, Loose Id, Carina and on her own.
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  • Posted April 26, 2014

    Not impressed

    I didn't even finish reading it. Just too mundane.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 9, 2014

    good read

    very good book grabs you from the start

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 5, 2014

    All Sex---No Story..............................................

    All Sex---No Story.......................................................
    Started out with such an original idea.    But it is never a good sign when the virgin heroine falls into bed with the hero within minutes of meeting him.  Even the fact that he was being held a prisoner and being drugged doesn't  seem to distract her.  This girl needs to raise her standards.  And theirs is one of the healthier relationships in the book  Wait until you meet his family.  Anyway it could have been good but it was just an excuse to write sex scenes.  Too bad.  It had possibility.

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