LoveReading View on Lie by Moonlight
Excellent fun, a Victorian romantic suspense tale laced with intrigue and passion, a real page-turner, curl up and devour stuff.
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Lie by Moonlight Synopsis
During an investigation into a womanâ€™s death, gentleman thief turned private inquiry agent Ambrose Wells finds himself at Aldwick Castle - and in the middle of chaos. The building is in flames. Men are dead. And a woman and four young girls are fleeing on horseback. A confirmed loner, Ambrose nevertheless finds himself taking Miss Concordia Glade and her young charges under his wing. With their lives at risk, he insists they must remain in hiding until he is able to unravel the truth behind their recent imprisonment at the castle. Concordia has never met anyone like Ambrose Wells before. He is bold, clever, and inscrutable - even to the perceptive gaze of a professional teacher such as herself. He is also her only hope to protect her pupils from the unscrupulous men who are after them - powerful, shadowy figures who will stop at nothing to get what they want.
Lie by Moonlight Press Reviews
Praise for Amanda Quick:
â€˜Amanda Quick is one of the hottest writers in romance today . . . Her heroines are always women youâ€™d love to know, and her heroes are dashing guys youâ€™d love to love . . . â€™ USA TODAY
â€˜What fun! This action-packed tale, brimming with witty characters, vivid historical detail, and tautly woven intrigue kept me guessing until the very end. I loved the book and can't wait to brag to my mother that I've already read the latest Amanda Quick.â€™ LISA GARDNER
â€˜Everything Amanda Quick writes is an instant classic. I love this author!â€™ IRIS JOHANSEN
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