Saturday, 26 July 2014

Unmasking The Duke's Mistress by Margaret McPhee

Published:15 November 2011
Format:Paperback 280 pages

ISBN 13: 9780373296699
With trembling hands Arabella dons the mask of Miss Noir for her first night at Mrs. Silver's House of Pleasures. Thinking of her young son, she prepares to smile prettily at the next gentleman who enters….
Dominic Furneaux, Duke of Arlesford, is stunned to see that the woman who shattered his heart has fallen so low. He offers her a way out—by making her his mistress!
The temptation to reacquaint herself with Dominic's body is hard for Arabella to resist, but Dominic needs only to look into the Furneaux-blue eyes of her son to uncover Arabella's deepest secret….


Cover: Fairly standard Regency romance cover.  Not my favourite, but there’s nothing to dislike about it.
Margaret McPhee is one of, if not my favourite Regency Romance authors.

Her books The Wicked Earl and Mistaken Mistress are two of my favourite ever, let alone in the Regency genre.

The reason behind the original heartbreak and separation was a little stretched.  A misunderstanding that was so crazy- one of those situations where just talking to each other would have solved the issue long ago.
I really liked both protagonists and wanted them to get their happily ever after.
But it was a cute, fast paced read, that I really enjoyed, but not my favourite.

3.5/5 stars.

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