From Publishers Weekly
A woman poses as the mistress of a notorious seducer to save her aunt from a blackmailer in Quick's latest romance.
Copyright 1995 Reed Business Information, Inc.
From Library Journal
Learning that her aunt is being blackmailed, school mistress Iphiginia Bright boldly palms herself off as the mistress of the Earl of Masters, whom she believes dead by the hand of the same blackmailer. She succeeds admirably-until Marcus Valerius Cloud, the dead earl, suddenly walks into the room and throws her plans, and her life, into passionate chaos. Sprightly, funny, and highly sensual, this story harks back to the earlier Quick historicals (Ravished, Bantam, 1992). Quick is a household name to readers of the historical romance subgenre; she produces similarly fast-paced contemporaries under her own name, Jayne Ann Krentz. Quick aficionados might also enjoy reading Julie Garwood and Judith McNaught.
Copyright 1994 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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