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Mistress by Amanda Quick
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Apr 13, 09

Read in April, 2009, read count: 1

Iphiginia Bright thinks the best way to track down a society blackmailer is to trick her way into society. The Earl of Masters, now out of the picture, is a likely sponsor. Viola, Mrs. Bright, former mistress of Marcus Cloud, Earl of Masters. He isn't dead after all, so now Iphiginia has to work things out with him. While, of course, finding the blackmailer.

I was attracted by the plot as described above, but unfortunately the romantic conflict for MISTRESS is based on both the main characters being stubbornly wrongheaded. You'd think the author was an ordinary romance writer. There's so much unused scope for character development between these intellectuals who refuse to accept Society's rules.
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