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Masquerade by Victoria Vale
Genre: Erotic, Historical Romance, Regency


Margaret Seymour is bored by the stifling constraints of society dictating her behavior as a debutante in search of a husband. Her prospects are promising by the standards of London society, yet, not one of them causes her heart to flutter, or her head to fill with scintillating, forbidden fantasies. Those feelings are reserved for Camden Rycroft, Duke of Avonleah—a man who isn’t even aware of her existence.
While attending a scandalous Vauxhall Gardens masquerade, Margaret finds herself in the duke’s arms. His promise of a night of pleasure is tempting, but is it worth it when Avonleah is a known rake notorious for his short attention span and avoidance of marriage?

Camden Rycroft is intrigued by the masked vixen he encounters in the Gardens. After one night with her leaves him hungry for more, his desire for her turns into a fiery obsession. Despite the scandal that could ensue from their affair, he finds himself unable to extract himself from a situation destined to end in pain. When faced with losing Margaret to a potential husband, will he rise to the occasion, or risk living without her?


MY REVIEW:

Upfront honesty; I am not normally an historical reader. At best, I can be swayed to read if it's a paranormal gothic....otherwise I tend to avoid the genre. But that Camden had me intrigued to know more. And did someone mention masked encounters? Yeah, that's sexy! Hello. Masquerade didn't let me down. From the first page, I was drawn into a whole new world and felt, at times, as if I were in a BBC mini series. Which is definitely a good thing. Camden is totally swoon-a-licious and such a cheeky one, I couldn't put this book down until I reached the end.






Victoria Vale has written over two dozens Romance and Young Adult novels under various pseudonyms. As a lover of erotic romance, she enjoys nothing more than a sexy hero paired with a sassy heroine, flavored with a dash of spice and lots of heat. A wife and mother of three, she enjoys reading (of course), cooking, sewing … and other activities that aren’t appropriate for inclusion in a biography.

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