The Blue Devil (2011)

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Published: September 7, 2011
Pages: 271
Publisher: Pedestal Books
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A mix of humor, angst, and derring-do all rolled up in a traditional Regency comedy-of-manners: masquerades, mistaken identities, chase scenes, spies, and dotty (or are they?) old ladies. Regency romance at its best!Reviews:“An excellent debut novel! Four Stars!” -- RT Book Club“An interesting debut. An author to watch!” -- The Romance Reader“This book is excellent! I am stunned to learn it was a debut novel! She already has an avid fan in myself! Well written with a delicious touch of mystery!” -- Huntress Reviews“Fun . . . laugh out loud.” -- English Rose Clean Romance ReviewsSynopsis:The Blue Devil is a dashing, brooding spy set to catch a traitor who uses a finishing school for young ladies as a base of operations. But he’s having trouble keeping his mind on his mission, for one of the students reminds him too much of the mysterious Titania, a fairy queen who fled after they kissed at a glittering masquerade ball. Kathryn St. David is pretending to be a student at the school in order to recover her dear auntie’s lost diary, which contains a scandalous secret that could ruin them both. But she’s horrified to discover that her roommate is the ward of the notorious, darkly attractive Marquis of Blackshire--who seems to be keeping secrets of his own. Will he recognize her as the fairy queen and expose her as the lady who kissed him like a strumpet in the moonlight? More:Originally print-published by Kensington Publishing.Nominated for a Golden Heart award from the Romance Writers of America. Book One of the Regency Matchmaker Series by Melynda Beth AndrewsThe Author:Melynda Beth Andrews lives in Florida with her young family. Her work has been hailed by critics as “delightful,” “a rare treat,” and “wickedly entertaining.” -- From Amazon.com Product Description

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