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For a dashing duke and the proprietress of a secret, sensual club in the London Underground, passion could lead to loveA?¦ if they dare
Thomas Powell, the new Duke of Northfield, knows he should be proper and principled, like his father. No more dueling, or carousing, or frequenting masked parties where Londoners indulge their wildest desires. But heA??s not ready to give up his freedom just yet. The club is an escape, a place where he can forget about society and the weight of his titleA?¦ and see her, the woman heA??s wanted forever.
LuciaA??known as AminaA??manages the Orchid Club, a secret society where fantasies become reality. But for Lucia, itA??s strictly business, profitable enough to finance her dream: a home for the lost girls of the streets. Surrounded by lovers, she only observes, unwilling risk her future for any man. No member has ever intrigued her...until him, the masked stranger whose heated looks sear her skin. After months of suppressed longing, they dare to give in to temptationA?¦
But the late dukeA??s legacy comes with a shocking secret, and the scandal threatens to destroy everything Tom lovesA?¦ his family, the Orchid Club, and even Lucia.
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"Zara Hampton-Brown narrates a fairy-tale romance between a principled duke and a former sex worker. Profligate rake Tom Powell recently became the Duke of Northfield when his father died unexpectedly. Lucia manages the Orchid Club, a popular secret sex club owned by a member of the ton. Hampton-Brown does an excellent job with the necessary accents. Tom, while British, was raised in Ireland and has a slight brogue; Lucia is Italian and uses Italian words and phrases with some regularity. The secondary characters are also well done. Members of the ton, including Tom's Irish mother, are easily distinguished from one another, and members of the working class also have a range of accents. While the story is perhaps not historically accurate, it is wholly enjoyable. K.M.P. © AudioFile 2019, Portland, Maine"
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