Athena's Ordeal: Haberdashers Book Two

Athena's Ordeal: Haberdashers Book Two

by Sue London

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Overview

Regency Romance (hot)

The Duke of Beloin mistakes a Viscount's daughter for a fallen woman, an error he can hardly afford while trying to divine which of his enemies is blackmailing him.

Sabrina "Sabre" Bittlesworth has practiced the sword since she was eight years old, so when a mysterious visitor in her brother's house offers to make her his mistress she challenges him to a duel, even after she finds out he's a duke.

Quincy Telford, Duke of Beloin, has hated Viscount Bittlesworth as long as he can remember. Now the man's daughter is constantly in his path. Can he escape her temptation and avoid peril in the increasingly dangerous game of cat and mouse he is playing with his blackmailer?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940148847656
Publisher: Graythorn Publishing
Publication date: 05/12/2013
Series: Haberdashers Series , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 32,673
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Doodlist, scribbler, thinker, planner, and all around fun chick.

What her fans are saying:
"...a wit so sharp it should have a warning label..." ~ Dusk Pennington

Sue London began writing short stories about horses and teen sleuths when she was seven years old. After that she traveled to distant worlds, fought with swords and sorcerers, and played with a few undead things. As you might have expected, this means she went into accountancy. Well, maybe that was an odd plot twist, but that's the difference between real life and fiction - fiction has to make sense.

In her twenties she developed a deep affection for romance, especially enjoying the work of Nora Roberts, Mary Balogh and, most recently, Courtney Milan, Rose Gordon, Lauren Royal, Danelle Harmon, and Diane Farr. You can thank those authors for leading a sci-fi tomboy into writing historical romances set in the Regency period.

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