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When Phoebe Brackenton, who uses her wealth to aid the impoverished and imprisoned, finds herself in a world of danger, she implores dashing Lord Galen Townsend for assistance, and when he offers her a safe haven at his estate, the unlikely couple face peril, intrigue, and passion. Original.
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Most people know Phoebe Brackenton as a member of England's aristocracy, but few also realize she is Lady Midnight, the courageous rescuer of victims of England's harsh justice system. Phoebe liberates those unfairly sentenced for deportation and arranges a new life for them, but not everyone, especially the British government, is pleased with her humanitarian efforts. While on a late-night mission at London's docks, Phoebe is almost caught in a trap, and Lord Galen Townsend is the only one who can help her escape. The author cleverly brings her heroine and hero together through their shared desire to rescue others and then keeps them together once Galen realizes how much more rewarding it is to save Phoebe than his wastrel brother. Regency readers who prefer a story that focuses more on the dangerous adventures of its heroine rather than the glittering world of the ton will not be disappointed with this lively tale. For other Regency titles, see Read-alikes column, opposite page. John Charles
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Book Description Zebra, 2001. Mass Market Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0821768638
Book Description Zebra, 2001. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0821768638