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A Passionate Performance Paperback – July 7, 2015
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A shifting maze of intrigue and complexity in which nothing is as it seems. Brilliantly plotted with outstanding characterizations...masterfully crafted. -- Romantic Times, March 1997 --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
From the Author
I had such fun writing A Passionate Performance, which was a finalist for the Virginia Romance Writers' Holt Medallion. Stories where things are not as they appear really spark my imagination. In this book, a lordly master of illusion learns that there's more than one kind of magic. Lord Linton is as cunning as he is handsome, but when he hires an impoverished Regency miss to masquerade as his mistress in order to help him catch his father's killer, even he cannot envision the extraordinary performance that awaits.
A little magic and a lot of sparks catch Linton and the feisty Sarah unawares, and I'm hoping they'll do the same for you! --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Lord Linton hires Miss Sarah Armistead, a wellborn-lady-actress-by-necessity, to help recreate events and circumstances leading to his father's death. Although Linton is rather dark and cold, we see an occasional flicker of good. Sarah seeks to reach him and free his soul from misguided revenge.
There are some implausible situations (of course) and Lord Linton's vulnerabilities might have been better developed along with the story's resolution but, as far as Regencies go, this one was not bad or great; the writing flowed well and it kept my interest. 3 1/2 stars