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Just who is Lady Deborah?

I am the Dowager Countess of Kinsail, and I have enough secrets to scandalize you for life.

I will never reveal the truth of my soul-destroying marriage—some things are too dark to be told. But at least no one can guess that I, a famously icy-hearted widow, am also the authoress of the shamelessly voluptuous romances currently shocking the ton!

Only now I have a new secret identity, one that I will risk my life to keep—accomplice to Elliot Marchmont, gentleman, ex-soldier, and notorious London thief. This adventurer’s expert touch ignites in me a passion so intoxicating that surviving our blistering affair unscathed will be near impossible.

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About the Author
Author Marguerite Kaye

Marguerite Kaye, born and educated in Scotland, originally qualified as a lawyer but chose not to practice. Instead, she carved out a career in IT and studied history part time, gaining a first-class honors and a master’s degree. She had dreamed of being a writer since winning a poetry competition when she was nine, and she finally took the plunge thirty years later with a historical romance.

About the Narrator

Julia Franklin has a passion for audiobooks and has been narrating them for over twenty years. Her credits include Faith by Lesley Pearse, Love and Louis XIV by Antonia Fraser, and The Last Letter from Your Lover by Jojo Moyes. Franklin combines her work as a narrator with radio broadcasting and scriptwriting.