Summary

Thinking of her young son, Arabella dons the mask of Miss Noir for her first night at Mrs Silver's House of Pleasures and smiles prettily at the next gentleman who enters....
Dominic Furneaux, Duke of Arlesford, is stunned to see that the woman who shattered his heart has fallen so low. He offers her a way out - by making her his mistress!
©2011 Margaret McPhee (P)2012 W F Howes Ltd
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4 out of 5 stars
By Atina on 04-11-12

First Time Reading This Author

Would you listen to Unmasking the Duke's Mistress again? Why?

I would listen again ... I enjoyed the story line. The narrator ... not so much.

What three words best describe Julia Franklin’s voice?

Irritating. Limited. Disappointing. I didn't think she had enough 'voices' for the characters. Especially hard to listen to the lead woman's voice.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

The Duke's reaction when he learns the biggest secret. Sorry, more would be a spoiler.

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