In the Thrill of the Night: Merry Widows [Candice Hern] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. After hearing the many exciting sexual exploits of. In The Thrill Of The Night By Candice Hern – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. Read “In the Thrill of the Night” by Candice Hern with Rakuten Kobo. Fans of the historical romances of Sabrina Jeffries, Loretta Chase, and Jo Beverly will enjoy.
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That and the anachronistic attitudes of its candiice brought this book down to B- level, but as a series this one looks promising. And Candicw also liked the end part, that things aren’t so easy for him. All good up until this point.
Aug 15, Emilia Barnes rated it really liked it Shelves: So they make a daring pact– each will consider taking a lover for the pure pleasure of it. I decided to take this as a comedy just the same because the lengths to which Adam goes to scare away Marianne’s potencial lovers is funny and sometimes bordering on the absurd. The title should be at least 4 characters long. It’s just one of those situations where, as soon a Umm, so this was good except for the parts that were dumb.
Filtering Exclude erotica Include mainstream erotica Include all erotica. Dancing On the Wind. Feb 01, Robyn rated it liked it. Marianne has never been with anyone but David, because they were betrothed since childhood. It’s about Grace Marlow and Uncertain how to go about it, she asks Adam Cazenove, an old friend and notorious rake, to tutor her in the arts of seduction.
Of course everything works out in the end. I’m a big sucker for best friends who become lovers. The Duke Who Came to Town.
In the Thrill of the Night
Candice Hern is the award-winning author of historical romances set during the English Regency, a period she knows well through years of collecting antiques and fashion prints of the era. Write your own comment on this book! The book starts with several respectable, aristocratic, wealthy widows getting together and agreeing that they’re all going to be open to sexual affairs but never, never marry again. When he comes to her, he says “It’s me” and assumes she knows who he is.
Anyway, it is sweet what he says during.
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Because of my obsessive compulsive need to finish series. So Marianne drinks a little and then falls asleep waiting for Sherwood. See, she can’t recognize his voice because he’s whispering???? Apr 18, Karen Darling rated it liked it. For the Duke’s Eyes Only. The only character I really liked was the duchess. Apr 12, Carolyn F. No, cancel Yes, report it Thanks!
Umm, so this was good except for the parts that were dumb. I’ve never read this author before, so I wasn’t sure what to expect, but my overall impression was positive. Uncertain how to go about it, she asks Adam Cazenove, an old friend and notorious rake, to help find a suitable man for her. And so apparently Adam thinks that Marianne knows it is him the whole time. None are interested in marrying again.
Una buena idea pero no bien explotada. If not for his recent betrothal to a young beauty, he would jump at the chance to warm Marianne’s bed.
Assured of both money and position, none of the five respectable ladies who form the Merry Widows need ever marry again, so they make a daring pact-each will consider taking a lover for the pure pleasure of it. I just don’t get off on canice throttle eroticism in the romances I read.
Log-in to write a review or add a video review. I am so ashamed. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. The room is pitch dark and he uses his candle to look at her, and sees her sleeping, in her nightgown, with her hair down, and is overwhelmed rhrill her beauty, blah blah blah. What Readers Are Saying What do you think?
Nothing Like a Duke. It all started with Penelope, who was taken a lover and ‘forced’ her friend to make a pack to open their minds to the possibility of having a lover or lovers in case of Penelope. Until one night of unintended passion changes everything.