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Moonlit by Emma Jensen
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Jun 26, 2009

really liked it
bookshelves: regency-romance

Trevor, Viscount Wulfstan is nicknamed "Sin" about the ton. Wulf carries with him not only physical scars from his childhood but mental ones as well. Then in walks the infamous Mrs. Nolan, whose protector has died before she can complete one secret reason for actually making it to London. She goes to a renowned courtesan Anastasia Balashova and asks assistance in finding someone who can help her gain admission to the Golden Ball. She finds no one who really interests her until Wulf, ignoring protocol, introduces himself to her and agrees to her terms, as long as she will spend the night with him. He takes her to the ball and discovers that she only wants to confront the Lord holding the ball and demand a small sum of money from him due to her upon her husband's death. He helps her get it, but then, Nell Nolan disappears, unable to go through with the rest because she is actually no courtesan at all! Angered, he still wants his night and slowly with persistence and kindness he gets not only his night but a wife as well. I found the characters with a depth that was believable. And I enjoyed the escape it gave me. I could read it again....
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