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Tempted At Midnight [NOOK Book]

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Tempted At Midnight, is the new Regency historical featuring the Ladies Literary Society of London. To stir public interest in her vampire romance novel, Lady Emily Stapleford stages nighttime vampire appearances. Overnight, London is abuzz with the sightings. Now she’d be guaranteed success, if it wasn’t for mysterious Logan Jennsen, who's onto Emily's duplicity.
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Overview

Tempted At Midnight, is the new Regency historical featuring the Ladies Literary Society of London. To stir public interest in her vampire romance novel, Lady Emily Stapleford stages nighttime vampire appearances. Overnight, London is abuzz with the sightings. Now she’d be guaranteed success, if it wasn’t for mysterious Logan Jennsen, who's onto Emily's duplicity.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781101032503
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA)
  • Publication date: 4/7/2009
  • Sold by: Penguin Group
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 336
  • Sales rank: 240,607
  • File size: 503 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 14, 2012

    Exciting series wrap-up

    Logan and Emily are a refreshing romantic couple! Their romance has aspects of the sexy, passionate wit between Sarah and Matthew; the intense, against-all-odds courtship between Gideon and Julieanne; and the heart-stopping hunger between Carolyn and Daniel!

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  • Posted January 17, 2010

    I Also Recommend:

    "A read that flows like warm honey down your throat, charming and enchanting."

    Jacquie D'Alessandro charmed my socks off with Tempted at Midnight. The story holds a twist, in that it's the heroine's family--instead of the hero's--that's penniless and is in need of new funds to replenish their coffers. The author's writing style also made this an easy and exciting read. I totally couldn't wait to learn how Emily's and Logan's romance would progress, and this kept me turning the pages. Oh, and midnight did play an important part in the story. But more than the characters per se, it's their interactions with one another that truly made this an unforgettable and charming and enchanting story for me.

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  • Posted March 11, 2009

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    Jacquie D'Alessandro provides a delightful Mayfair Ladies Literary Society historical

    In London Lady Emily Stapleford needs money or she will end up in the poor house. Her choices are to sell her novel or marry rich. She prefers the effort to sell her book starring a female vampire. She is stunned when her publishers reject her work.

    Still choosing to lesser of two evils; selling her novel over marrying, Emily decides on a desperate ploy to garner interest in her heroine. She appears as a strange female wandering the night like a vampiress. The Ton is agog with everyone wanting to know who this woman is even as Emily sells her novel. Visiting American businessman Logan Jennsen knows a scam when he sees one and believes Emily has pulled a ruse. As he is beset by a series of accidents, he plans to take advantage of Emily's scheme to further his business, but neither he nor his authoress expected to fall in love.

    The latest Mayfair Ladies Literary Society tale (see SEDUCED AT MIDNIGHT, CONFESSIONS AT MIDNIGHT and SLEEPLESS AT MIDNIGHT) once again will keep the audience up past Midnight an amue Regency romance. The whimsical story line is fast-paced sing latfrom the moment Lady Emily decides on direct public relations with the nocturnal appearance of her vampiress. Logan is her perfect opponent as he plans to take a bite out of the schemer's plot for his use. Jacquie D'Alessandro provides a delightful Mayfair Ladies Literary Society historical.

    Harriet Klausner

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