Pleasures of the Night

Pleasures of the Night

Author: Heather Boyd

Publisher: Heather Boyd

ISBN: 9781925239799

Category: Fiction

Page: 294

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“Equal parts sweet and wicked…too intriguing to put down.” ~ Betty Loo’s Reviews Thaddeus Berringer has reconciled himself to a future of great riches, but also unceasing responsibility as the Duke of Exeter’s only heir. He’s in no hurry to be leg-shackled, despite his cousin’s urging. But he’s keenly interested in bed sport with a certain spinster who’s proven more wanton than wallflower. Eugenia Hillcrest’s passions and expectations for a brief fling match his own completely, delighting him in every way. But just as he’s considering the advantages of a lasting connection with her, he’s stunned to learn his perfect lover was never his to kiss in the first place. Eugenia has for years lived as a spinster, and is certain she’ll remain one. So it was with little hesitation that she begins a thrilling affair with the Duke of Exeter’s handsome heir, Mr. Berringer. She revels in every stolen kiss and caress, but expects to lose him to a wife one day. Never in a million years did she imagine she’d lose him to a husband. Her dead husband back from the grave. Confused and unconvinced, Eugenia is willing to do anything to keep control of her life—even if it means leaving her life and the man she loves more than she’d dreamed possible. “Just the right amount of historical feel without throwing an anchor around the plot.” ~ Bin Blogs Books Pleasures of the Night is a full-length regency historical romance from USA Today bestselling author Heather Boyd. It’s the sixteenth book in the steamy Distinguished Rogues series but can be read as a stand-alone. Distinguished Rogues Series Book 1: Chills (Jack and Constance) Book 2: Broken (Giles and Lillian) Book 3: Charity (Oscar and Agatha) Book 4: An Accidental Affair (Merrick and Arabella) Book 5: Keepsake (Kit and Miranda) Book 6: An Improper Proposal (Martin and Iris) Book 7: Reason to Wed (Richard and Esme) Book 8: The Trouble with Love (Everett and Whitney) Book 9: Married by Moonlight (Gilbert and Anna) Book 10: Lord of Sin (Julian and Portia) Book 11: The Duke’s Heart (Sinclair and Kitty) Book 12: Romancing the Earl (Price and Lenore) Book 13: One Enchanted Christmas (Otis and Margaret) Book 14: Desire by Design (Alexander and Sylvia) Book 15: His Perfect Bride (Harry and Ophelia) Book 16: Pleasures of the Night (Teddy and Eugenia)
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