Master of Blackmoor

Master of Blackmoor

by Julie Shelton

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Left with no references after being sacked by her lecherous employer, Danielle Dulac is out of options. So, when Anthony Markham, enigmatic Duke of Blackmoor, offers to hire her as governess to his four-year-old son, despite a niggling little voice telling her to run, she accepts.

A notorious rake, the Duke is surly, sarcastic, embittered, and hostile. And the most sensuous man Danielle has ever met. The attraction between them is instantaneous, combustible…and forbidden. Governesses do not fall in love with Dukes.

She soon discovers that the Master of Blackmoor is haunted by a dark and tragic past filled with lies, betrayal and death. Unfortunately, the past is not over. Evil stalks Blackmoor Hall. The danger is escalating and all the clues point to the Duke himself.

As the passion between Anthony and Danielle rages out of control, so does the peril they face. Will they uncover the evil in time? Or will it destroy them both?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940154734490
Publisher: Julie Shelton
Publication date: 08/14/2017
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 455,382
File size: 539 KB

About the Author

My writing has run the gamut from fairies in the garden at age 9 to handcuffs in the boudoir at age 69. In the years between I graduated cum laude with a B.A. in French followed by a Master's Degree in Library Science. Having thus procured those two necessary but ultimately irrelevant pieces of paper, I launched a successful career as a children's librarian, followed by an even more successful, 30-year career as a professional storyteller and puppeteer. In 1991 I published Kidstuff, an award-winning, monthly newsletter, as well as a book, Puppets, Poems and Songs, both major language arts resources for early childhood educators.
At various points in my life, when asked what I wanted to be, my answer would have been (in rough chronological order, since some of these lofty ambitions overlapped): a fairy, a princess, a ballerina, Nancy Drew, Cherry Ames, a paleontologist, Scarlett O'Hara, thin and beautiful, an actress, and a writer. Now, at age 73, my answer to that question is, "younger".
Followed closely, of course by bestselling author. Oh, and a princess. Some dreams die hard.
Now retired, I live in a suburb of Atlanta, Georgia.

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