Satan's Mistress
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Satan's Mistress

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With dizzying speed, beautiful Fiona McQuade went from shopgirl to protege of a duke and duchess. Dazzled by the luxurious living, Fiona forgot her lowly origins and even dreamed of marrying Viscount Will Huxley, the duchess's handsome lover. But of course the arrogant duke and duchess had other plans for the lovely Fiona. They all were members of the dreaded Hellfire Club...more
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Published February 1981 by Playboy Press
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This book has got to be in the top ten worst books I've ever read! The biggest problem for me was that the author did not know how to tell a story! If she did, I propably would have enjoyed this book. Every scene felt rushed without any real dept. The writing was so amateur! This was also a far cry from a romance. There was nothing but hate and darkness in this book. I gave the author the benefit of the doubt after I read the back of the book, hoping that she would be able to pull off such an un...more
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I didn't really like this book. It was okay in the beginning, but the black mass just seemed anticlimactic, and it just went downhill from there. I guess I'm just used to more dramatic books, because everyone in this book seemed very laid back. I finally got so bored, I stopped in the middle. This was a very unexceptional book, over all.
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