|STRANGERS IN THE NIGHT
SUSAN JOHNSON, KATHERINE O’NEAL, AND PAM ROSENTHAL
850 3rd Avenue, NY, NY 10022
Nicky is an unusual woman in the Regency Era. She wears men’s clothes, studies
scientific phenomena, and has a very different attitude towards sex.
Jasper, Viscount Priestly, is well known for his sexual excesses. He is known as The
Pope for his profligate behavior, until he meets Nicky.
A student of science and a regency rake meet each other’s match, in more ways than
Fool Me Once
Kate Frost, an orphan turned conwoman in 1930’s London, is involuntarily drafted into
the plans of a compelling man.
Rhys Archer is determined to avenge the deaths of his parents with a very involved con.
Kate is a very convenient and attractive pawn in his game.
Kate poses as an Aztec princess in a plot to bring down one of Mexico’s most evil men.
A House East of Regent Street
Jenny is very interested in purchasing a certain property in London, a former brothel.
She has a connection to both it and the other party interested in purchasing the house.
Jack, a seaman retired after the Napoleonic Wars, looks to increase his fortunes by
investing in real estate, including the former brothel east of Regent Street. He finds
himself intrigued by the woman also interested in the property.
Two people interested in the same property reach an unusual agreement as to the
disposition of the house in question, room by room.
This is a very hot anthology, particularly the first story. All had great characters and very
intense love scenes. Ms. Johnson brings the decadence of the Regency to life. Ms. O’
Neal writes a story of a con woman caught in the snare of a Svengali-like man. Ms.
Rosenthal brings two people back to the building where their lives changed. Each
author has written a very compelling story and this collection is definitely a keeper.
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