by Baird Wells
Broadmoore’s spring masquerade is just the diversion for war-weary Lord Spencer Reed; light, anonymous, and when a lovely harlequin catches his eye, intriguing. When she accepts his silent invitation to more than a dance, Spencer can hardly believe his good fortune.
Alexandra Rowan’s masked admirer is a risk, a temptation long forbidden by her family’s sinister patriarch. Made bold by her concealed identity, she takes the stranger’s hand and claims her chance for a few moments as a free woman.
When their tryst is interrupted, Alexandra flees, and both are resigned to a night which never was. But Alexandra has left Spencer a clue, one he will use to unravel the identity of his mystery woman, even as her family goes to unfathomable lengths to keep them apart.
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