Just Before Midnight (Meet Me at Midnight) ePub download
by Suzanne Robinson
- ISBN: 0553579614
- ISBN13: 978-0553579611
- ePub: 1492 kb | FB2: 1784 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Historical
- Publisher: Bantam (February 29, 2000)
- Rating: 4.6/5
- Votes: 504
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3 primary works, 3 total works. Just Before Midnight. Shelve A Kiss at Midnight.
3 primary works, 3 total works.
Just Before Midnight book. Meet Me at Midnight). While I enjoyed some parts of the book, there were others that annoyed me. The heroine's turns of phrase, for one. While they could be amusing (such as when she called the hero a skunk), often they were just irritating. I did like the hero, though, and overall this was an okay book.
2000) (A book in the Meet Me at Midnight series) A novel by Suzanne Robinson. February 2000 : USA Mass Market Paperback. It's 1899, and American heiress Mattie Bright is too modern for her own good. Mattie would love to spend her days racing through town in her motorcar. Instead she's in London looking for a husband whose lineage will make her fortune respectable.
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Part of Meet Me at Midnight. Suzanne Robinson holds a PhD in anthropology from the University of Texas at Austin. She is the author of more than a dozen historical romances and a critically acclaimed historical mystery series, which she writes as Lynda S. Robinson.
Part of Meet Me at Midnight. Category: Suspense Romance.
com's Suzanne Robinson Author Page. Just Before Midnight (Meet Me at Midnight) Nov 30, 2011. Mass Market Paperback.
He’d be damned if he would try the door, or if he would enter her room-not until she begged him to. So she questioned his loyalties. tioned his loyalties. Of course, that had been the idea: to give everyone-especially Bonaparte-the impression that he was too self-absorbed to care about politics, and that he would do anything so long as it amused and benefitted him. Those same qualities were supposed to give him equally free rein in London, to find Thomas’s killer. Obviously, he was becoming demented.
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