Lady Incognita (Candlelight Regency #594)

Lady Incognita Candlelight Regency Romantic heroes existed only in books And who knew that better than Louisa Penhope Wasn t she herself the secret authoress of romantic novels Baron Penhope s death and his losses at the gaming tables

  • Title: Lady Incognita (Candlelight Regency #594)
  • Author: Nina Coombs Pykare
  • ISBN: 9780440149422
  • Page: 401
  • Format: Paperback
  • Romantic heroes existed only in books And who knew that better than Louisa Penhope Wasn t she herself the secret authoress of romantic novels Baron Penhope s death and his losses at the gaming tables had kept her form coming out , but resourceful Louisa had found a way to support her large, eccentric household She was determined to keep her secret until all London waRomantic heroes existed only in books And who knew that better than Louisa Penhope Wasn t she herself the secret authoress of romantic novels Baron Penhope s death and his losses at the gaming tables had kept her form coming out , but resourceful Louisa had found a way to support her large, eccentric household She was determined to keep her secret until all London was suddenly abuzz over the mysterious author, Lady Incognita until Philip, Viscount Atherton, stepped into her life Suddenly sane, sensible Louisa was face to face with a living hero and feeling like a lovestruck heroine in one of her own romances

    One thought on “Lady Incognita (Candlelight Regency #594)”

    1. Fun for it's setting although aside from her unusual form of income -- the heroine was very milk-sop-esque.The Hero was fun -- but I found his reaction in the last chapter unnecessarily violent and out of character.

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