Publisher: Noble Romance
Blurb: For one wicked night . . . .
Benedict Abernathy, an untitled and wealthy gentleman visiting London, is heartily sick of his celibate existence. Determined to leave his shattered heart behind and move on with his life, he accepts an invitation for a night of debauchery in the arms of London’s infamous courtesan, Lottie Townsend.
. . . . she will indulge his every desire.
Lady Charlotte Goodchild has fallen far from privilege and longs for one night of pleasure with the man she loves. But Benedict must be spared the truth of her ruin at all costs. Posing as Lottie Townsend, a notoriously discriminating courtesan and old friend, she disguises her identity and invites Benedict to share the night of passion that fate denied them.
Review: I enjoyed reading One Wicked Night. For a novella, Ms. Boyd does a wonderful job of capturing the flavor of the era. There is a nice set up with a hint of mystery. You know something isn’t quite right but the story is revealed slowly. The anticipation is there but you aren’t sure exactly what you’re hoping to see happen. What does happen is some incredibly erotic sex, some past danger and the danger of discovery. Charlotte and Benedict are memorable and endearing. The ending is just what you’ll hope for but you’ll have to read One Wicked Night to see for yourself.
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