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Loving Lucifer at Midnight (House of Dreams Trilogy)

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Lucifer is the code name of Sir Blake Hawksworth, Regency England’s most successful spy. Blake’s only failure was accidentally caused by an arrogant French girl. She not only ruined one of his most cunning plots, she humiliated him beyond bearing. He has never forgotten nor forgiven.

Dark Angel was the code name of Lady Jenette Beavrivage, Bar
Kindle Edition, 256 pages
Published December 10th 2013 by Shirl Henke
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Working my way through college provided great life experiences for a novelist. One problem. I didn’t know I was destined to write books. Instead, I floundered around during and after receiving my B.A. and M.A. in history from the University of Missouri. None of my wide variety of jobs satisfied me: cashier for a loan company, public welfare caseworker, assistant circulation manager
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