"Strangers in the Night" features three of today's hottest, award-winning authors. This collection will appeal to fans of historical romance anthologies.
Book 1 -
Susan Johnson: "Natural Attraction."
To the fashionable world, Viscount Priestley is known for his utter lack of morals, his wicked wit, and his unfailing talent at seducing any woman who strikes his fancy - and then discarding her come morning. But the viscount has never met anyone like Nicky Wemyss. A woman who dresses as a man and immerses herself in science . . . who can eat and discourse with equal gusto . . . such a woman is more than an aphrodisiac - she is temptation itself. And the viscount makes it a habit never to resist temptation.
Book 2 -
Katherine O'Neal: "Fool Me Once."
It’s 1933, and Kate Frost is the most creative flim-flam artist in all of East London - until she meets her match in the ruthless, rakishly handsome Rhys. The seductive con man has a plan of his own: Under his careful tutelage, Kate will pose as a long-lost Aztec princess who will fool the world. But to become a goddess, she’ll have to submit herself to his training completely, giving herself over to his every instruction, his every command, his every desire. But when two thieves fall prey to their own deceptions, there’s no telling who is fooling whom . . . and who is no longer pretending at all.
Book 3 -
Pam Rosenthal: "A House East of Regent Street."
The war with Napoleon over, seaman Jack Merion has turned his attentions and his newfound prize money toward real estate, specifically a house east of Regent Street that was once a fashionable brothel. Such a house could provide a generous allowance in rent. But someone else wants to buy the house, too. Like Jack, the mysterious Miss Myles has come up in the world the hard way, and she knows how to get what she wants. To gain the property, she’s willing to meet all of Jack’s terms - with pleasure - and Jack may just get an investment he never expected.
Books listed alphabetically by author.