Unmasking Lady Innocent [NOOK Book]

Overview

Spinster Diana Buntin has accepted that handsome Lord James Grey will never look at her as more than a friend. Yet she is tired of waiting to experience passion. Armed with a list of rakes known to specialize in seduction, Diana arranges to meet her first lover at a masked ball—keeping their identities secret and her reputation intact.

But while Diana feels a powerful attraction to her mystery seducer, she also senses that he may not be a ...

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Unmasking Lady Innocent

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Overview

Spinster Diana Buntin has accepted that handsome Lord James Grey will never look at her as more than a friend. Yet she is tired of waiting to experience passion. Armed with a list of rakes known to specialize in seduction, Diana arranges to meet her first lover at a masked ball—keeping their identities secret and her reputation intact.

But while Diana feels a powerful attraction to her mystery seducer, she also senses that he may not be a stranger after all....

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781426852985
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 12/1/2010
  • Series: Harlequin Historical Undone Series
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 466,580
  • File size: 395 KB

Meet the Author

Ann Lethbridge grew up in England where she majored in history and business. She has always loved the glamorous, if rather risky, Georgians and in particular the Regency era as drawn by Georgette Heyer. It was that love that prompted her to write her first Regency novel in 2000. She found she enjoyed it so much she just couldn't stop.

Ann moved to Canada in her twenties where she now lives with her husband and two lovely daughters. She writes full-time after recently giving up a career in university administration to focus on her first love, writing novels.

While she writes, Ann enjoys the company of her Maltese terrier, Teaser, she and husband, Keith, found at a dog shelter. He thinks it is mint that she stays home all day with him as he curls up under her feet or on the couch. He is most indignant when she has to go shopping and leave him behind.

Although Ann lives in Canada, she still has lots of family in England and travels back there with her husband once a year to see everyone. It is also a great opportunity to undertake research and seek out those special little nooks and crannies in Britain that bring her stories to life.

Ann's first book with Harlequin, The Rake's Inherited Courtesan, out in April 2009, has garnered praise in several contests for unpublished authors. She loves to hear from readers.

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  • Posted December 31, 2010

    just okay

    I enjoyed what there was of it, but I didn't expect a 40 page book

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  • Posted January 18, 2011

    Not even a story more like one chapter????

    this was rediculus 45 PAGES I thought for a BOOK
    wasnt even one chapter Barnes and Noble should let
    buyers know many pages they are paying for. This is the second time Ive been stung once it was $10.00 for a book wth
    165 pages. Bellmawr

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