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Suzanne D. reviewed Mistress (Audio Cassette) (Abridged) on
This is a fast moving story in true Amanda Quick style. I never start one of her books in the evening unless I can't sleep. Just about the time I think I know what will happen, there is a new twist. I love the period history. Women have a lot to be thankful for today. It is enlightning how the Author shows the strength of a strong willed independent women under trying circumstances.
From Library Journal
Learning that her aunt is being blackmailed, school mistress Iphiginia Bright boldly palms herself off as the mistress of the Earl of Masters, whom she believes dead by the hand of the same blackmailer. She succeeds admirably-until Marcus Valerius Cloud, the dead earl, suddenly walks into the room and throws her plans, and her life, into passionate chaos. Sprightly, funny, and highly sensual, this story harks back to the earlier Quick historicals (Ravished, Bantam, 1992).