Debra Dixon is a writer of both fiction and nonfiction. She has written eight romances for the Loveswept imprint over the years. In 1995 she received the Career Achievement Award from Romantic Times magazine. She has served as vice president for the Romance Writers of America, and has received the national Emma Merritt Service Award for her contributions to writers and the RWA.
Midnight Hour: A Loveswept Classic Romanceby Debra Dixon
Her voice enticed him from the start. So when Dr. Nick Devereaux gets a glimpse of Midnight Mercy Malone, the local TV-horror-movie hostess, he’s overcome with/b>/b>
In this uncanny tale of romance from bestselling author Debra Dixon, the new doctor in town falls for a late-night-TV temptress, who in turn is spooked by the promise of love.
Her voice enticed him from the start. So when Dr. Nick Devereaux gets a glimpse of Midnight Mercy Malone, the local TV-horror-movie hostess, he’s overcome with a desire to keep her up all night. Still, he likes her even better out of her slinky costumes, an everyday beauty who has him prescribing house calls.
Every red-blooded male in Louisville tunes into The Midnight Hour for its heartbreaker of a hostess, but Mercy’s lusty alter ego has a way of scaring them off in person. Offscreen, she’s never risked getting her heart broken—until Nick shows up at her doorstep. She can feel the heat from his body. His exotic Cajun accent gives her goosebumps. And the mischief in his eyes dares her to run—just so Nick can enjoy the chase.
Includes a special message from the editor, as well as excerpts from these Loveswept titles: All Is Fair . . ., Bad to the Bone, and Rescuing Diana.
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The book LOOKS like it 201 pages but it is only 158. The last 43 pages are promos. Mercy is a bit of a whiner.
It was ok