By Liz Carlyle
Passion and secrets and techniques simmer at the back of the stylish façade of Victorian London in A Bride by means of Moonlight, one other deliciously interesting romance by way of Liz Carlyle that includes the harmful males of the mysterious St. James Society.
Faced with homicide fees, Lisette Colburne by no means imagined aligning herself with Scotland Yard—not with the scandalous existence she’s led. but if Commissioner Royden Napier proposes—that in trade for her freedom—she faux to be his spouse so he can resolve a brutal secret, she concurs. What neither counts on is their hot, indisputable attraction.
Sexy and action-packed, Liz Carlyle’s A Bride via Moonlight is a gorgeous love tale set in Victorian excessive society with compelling characters and stylish, emotional prose that might attract readers of ancient romance.
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