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Lady of Sin

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Award-winning author Madeline Hunter transports readers back to the scandal and intrigue of nineteenth-century England in the enthralling tale of a magnetically sensual man, a virtuous woman, and a love story that will take your breath away. . . .

She arrives at his home without warning or invitation, determined to win him to her campaign to reform women’s rights. Instead, Charlotte, the widowed Baroness Mardenford, ends up being nearly seduced by Nathaniel Knightridge. No woman is safe from the mesmerizing sensual power of the famed courtroom advocate, and Charlotte discovers she is no exception. But does he recognize her as the masked woman who recklessly joined him in forbidden passion a month ago? And how to avoid becoming his Lady of Sin when he decides to pursue her again?

From the Paperback edition.

From Publishers Weekly

16 January 2006 – Aristocratic lawyer Nathaniel Knightridge and young widow Charlotte Mardenford hate each other or so Hunter's lusty 19th-century romance would have readers believe, based on their inveterate insistence ("Mr. Knightridge and I truly do not care for each other") and their stagy arguments. Naturally, it comes as no shock to the reader when they realize their mutual attraction the deeply meaningful looks they exchange get so much attention, they almost constitute separate characters. Complicating the woefully uncomplicated love/hate relationship is their soul-stirring encounter at an anonymous orgy, at which Nathaniel fails to recognize a masked Charlotte. Though their forced hostility quickly wears thin, a subplot concerning a mysterious young boy who may be connected to Charlotte's family lends the story some much-needed intrigue, and Hunter handles this thread well, doling out hints bit by bit and throwing in a few clever twists. Unfortunately, Hunter's protagonists lack the depth of those in her medieval-era romances (By Design, etc.), and her overblown language adds little to their relationship.
Lady of Sin
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  • Available on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Mac.
  • Category: Historical
  • Published: 28 February 2006
  • Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
  • Print Length: 432 Pages
  • Language: English
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