The Trouble with Moonlight

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Another fabulously funny and sexy romp from the author of The Education of Mrs. Brimley

In the midst of a moonlit safecracking mission, British spy James Locke witnesses a ruby necklace spirited away as if by conjurer's trick. Following the jewels leads him to Lusinda Havershaw, who's inherited the talent of turning invisible in the moonlight—at least, the parts of her that are unclothed. Locke trains Lusinda in espionage, even while he finds her close proximity bewitchingly ...

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Overview

Another fabulously funny and sexy romp from the author of The Education of Mrs. Brimley

In the midst of a moonlit safecracking mission, British spy James Locke witnesses a ruby necklace spirited away as if by conjurer's trick. Following the jewels leads him to Lusinda Havershaw, who's inherited the talent of turning invisible in the moonlight—at least, the parts of her that are unclothed. Locke trains Lusinda in espionage, even while he finds her close proximity bewitchingly distracting. And as their mission to track Russian spies grows treacherous, they'll find that the heart behaves even more mysteriously than Lusinda in the moonlight

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  • ISBN-13: 9780425221983
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated
  • Publication date: 6/3/2008
  • Series: Berkley Sensation Series
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 304
  • Product dimensions: 4.10 (w) x 6.70 (h) x 0.90 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 11, 2008

    Unique historical

    Donna MacMeans shows her versatility with the refreshing THE TROUBLE WITH MOONLIGHT. Set in Victorian England, the book features a heroine with an unusual ability and a spy desperate to protect those in service to the Queen. Well-written with a dash of humor, this is a real treat for fans of historical romance.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    This is a fun Victorian romance with a touch of fantasy

    In 1877 British spy John Locke trying to obtain a list that will help his side in the combat when he is stunned to see a ruby necklace float by itself in the air past him. Curious he follows the necklace to Lusinda Havershaw. He learns Lusinda has a skill that would be useful in his espionage efforts she can literally vanish in the moonlight. He gives her a choice between prison and working for him.-------------- Lusinda is shocked having never been caught before. She earns a living for her family by repossessing stolen goods by entering homes naked so that no one sees her and takes back the item to the original owner. John assigns her to help him expose a Russian spy, a potentially lethal mission if caught, but what frightens the reluctant spy is her attraction to her blackmailer he on the other hand pretends he can concentrate on the case rather than her when she owns his brain.-------------- -- This is a fun Victorian romance with a touch of fantasy starring a fascinating heroine and a bewitched roguish espionage agent. Their pairing makes for an entertaining lighthearted read as John Locke philosophizes that THE TROUBLE WITH MIDNIGHT is being diverted from your dangerous mission by falling in love. This is a terrific historical---------------- Harriet Klausner

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 8, 2013

    The Trouble With Moonlight was a great story! The characters wer

    The Trouble With Moonlight was a great story! The characters were interesting, as well as the plot. I liked that there was a bit of supernatural in it, but it wasn't overwhelming. The story centered around the relationship between the characters, and not just their special abilities. Portia really surprised me. I never would have guessed what happened with her, but I am curious as to how it all turned out. 

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