Borrowed Vows

Borrowed Vows

by Sandra Heath

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Overview

Kathryn Vansomeren is a modern day New York career woman with her marriage on the rocks. She visits England alone, and events conspire to exchange her life with that of a Regency beauty who is torn between an adoring lover and a cold, complex and compellingly handsome husband. Passion and excitement are Kathryn's for the taking, but dare she make the choice? Regency Romance by Sandra Heath; originally published by Signet as Magic at Midnight

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781610845847
Publisher: Belgrave House
Publication date: 06/01/1995
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 614 KB

Customer Reviews

Magic at Midnight 2.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
eightambliss on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Magic at Midnight is rather unusual for a Regency romance, in that two women exchange places in time to be with the others husband-only to discover love and passion beyond their wildest dreams. Kathryn is a modern career woman living in the 1990s and bitterly unhappy in her marriage. She takes a vacation to England only to be transported back in time as an adulterous wife. But, if she can win the heart of her husband, Sir Dane, she will know desire, love and happiness that was never fulfilled in her current life.I thoroughly enjoyed this book. There are several passionate sex scenes, although they aren't quite as graphic as true erotica, they still get the blood going. The back and forth between the heroine and Sir Dane is very passionate. Perfect for when you need an easy read, or want a taste of light erotica. While the time traveling is out of place for a regency, I felt it was good for the sex scenes and made them a little more believable.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
2 women, both coomitting adultery with several different men decide to swap lives. The author validates these whores behavior several times and the overall theme protrays adultry as acceptable as long as you think you are in love or horny. I found it most disturbing that minutes after he commits murder, they have sex a few feet away from the sceene of the crime! Disgusting
Anonymous More than 1 year ago