The Dancing Doll (Candlelight Regency #111)
Life in glittering Regency Paris was perilous for beautiful young Michele Martindale. Both her noble English father and lovely French mother were dead, and the inexperienced girl was forced to seek her livelihood on the stage. Two men were vying to influence her life. One was a dashing, impetuous Frenchman, the other a handsome but cold and arrogant English lord. One offer...more
Mass Market Paperback, Candlelight Regency #111, 0 pages
Published March 15th 1973 by Dell
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This was a fairly decent old style regency. I read this many years ago. There was a scene I always liked where the hero gets drunk and makes love to the heroine, his wife. It wasn't rape but he can't remember it. He just wakes up and notices things that make him think he raped her. Lots of remorse from him and he is certain she hates him now. Quite angsty. I guess I've always loved angst.