Music Of The Mist Trick or Treat Harlequin Intrigue A man serenaded herAlone in her isolated lighthouse diva Margot Wylde began to hear than just the eerie echo of her own voice in the fog shrouded night Could the unseen singer beneath her windows be

  • Title: Music Of The Mist (Trick or Treat, Harlequin Intrigue, 249)
  • Author: Laura Pender
  • ISBN: 9780373222490
  • Page: 227
  • Format: Paperback
  • A man serenaded herAlone, in her isolated lighthouse, diva Margot Wylde began to hear than just the eerie echo of her own voice in the fog shrouded night Could the unseen singer beneath her windows be her neighbor, Edward Bellamy A master of the macabre, the reclusive Bellamy new well what evils lurked in the mists of the nightd Margot reminded him of what plA man serenaded herAlone, in her isolated lighthouse, diva Margot Wylde began to hear than just the eerie echo of her own voice in the fog shrouded night Could the unseen singer beneath her windows be her neighbor, Edward Bellamy A master of the macabre, the reclusive Bellamy new well what evils lurked in the mists of the nightd Margot reminded him of what pleasures Her haunting beauty made him want to love again.In Bellamy s remote fortress, Margo found a measure of safety but in his embrace, she feared there was danger of a different kind

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    1. Yes, I know, I gave it four stars but I used to check out these Harlequin Intregue paperbacks from the library, fill my arms with them, carry them home where I'd curl up with some good chocolate and try to deal with another dateless Friday night. I loved these books. These wonderfully corny alter-realites where the woman always got the man in the end, solved an exciting mystery with very little sex and swearing. I liked the maps and Cast of Characters lists that were always included at the begin [...]



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