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With trembling hands, Arabella dons the mask of Miss Noir for her first night at Mrs. Silver’s house of pleasures. Thinking of her young son, she prepares to smile prettily at the next gentleman who enters… 

Dominic Furneaux, Duke of Arlesford, is stunned to see that the woman who shattered his heart has fallen so low. So he offers her a way out—by making her his mistress. The temptation to reacquaint herself with Dominic’s body is hard for Arabella to resist, but Dominic needs only to look into the Furneaux-blue eyes of her son to uncover Arabella’s deepest secret.

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About the Author

Margaret McPhee trained as a scientist but was always a romantic at heart. She wrote two manuscripts and suffered numerous rejections from publishers and agents before joining the Romantic Novelists Association. A further two manuscripts later and with help from RNA’s new writers’ scheme, her first regency romance was born. Margaret enjoys cycling, tea and cakes, and exploring the beautiful scenery and wildlife of the islands of Scotland with her husband.

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.