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Wicked Widow (2000)
by Amanda Quick
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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0553574116, Mass Market Paperback)Setting: London, Regency period
Sensuality Rating: 7
Award-winning author Amanda Quick weaves a tale of a man and a woman who understand just what it means to be haunted. Artemis Hunt, the mysterious master of a secret society, has been obsessed by the knowledge that he was unable to protect his mistress from a brutal death, and has spent the last five years plotting her revenge. Madeline Reed Deveridge, known as the infamous Wicked Widow by polite society, is rumored to have murdered her husband. But now Madeline is afraid that her dead spouse has returned from beyond the grave to terrorize her. In fear for her life and that of her beloved aunt, Madeline blackmails Artemis into aiding her by threatening to expose his ownership of the Dream Pavilions, London's premier pleasure garden--an association, if revealed, that would destroy his reputation and put his long-held plans of vengeance at serious risk. The two are drawn together at first by necessity, but Artemis soon finds himself intrigued then intoxicated by the confident woman known as the Wicked Widow. Madeline, who is inclined to distrust men after her disastrous marriage, falls prey to the unfamiliar feelings Artemis inspires in her. Their burgeoning passion may save them each from an empty future--if their secrets don't kill them first. Another Quick masterpiece! --Alison Trinkle
(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 13:41:20 -0400)
Nicknamed the Wicked Widow for her suspected role in her husband's death, Madeline Deveridge has a bigger problem in her late husband's ghost, which annoyingly haunts her into vowing to get rid of him once and for all
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