She was the toast of London and a prisoner of love
SHE WAS WHIRLED ABOUT IN A DANCE OF LOVE AND DANGER
All London wildly applauded beautiful young Nonna Lambert as she danced from triumph to triumph on the stage. But the aristocratic audience that adored her would have despised her had they known that only a short time before she had been a masked singer in a house of ill fame.
Sir Philip Hasting knew her secret. He had rescued her from the lower depths and raised her to the heights. More than that, he had conquered her body and captured her heart, even though she knew that she was but a pawn in a game he was playing, to be tossed aside when she had served her purpose.
Now her only hope of survival was to try to hate this man she loved-and to become a mistress of deceit in a scandalous Regency world where the one unforgivable sin was telling the truth...
Signet (Regency), September 1991