A Daring Masquerade

... life and love and romance remains essentially the same. Whatever you decide, I do hope you will enjoy being able to read these books at last. Mary Balogh www.marybalogh.com “A Daring Masquerade” © 1989 by Mary Balogh DARING MASQUERADE.

A Daring Masquerade

Kate Mannering, a lady’s companion, is mistaken for the lady herself and kidnapped by a dashing masked highwayman. When she hears his story, however, before being released, she decides to help him recover his stolen birthright and soon gets herself embroiled in danger from smugglers and a would-be seducer. Meanwhile, an annoying, indolent guest at the home of her employer insults her at every opportunity but rescues her from every danger, even when she does not need or appreciate his help. She is alarmed to find herself falling quite inappropriately for both the highwayman and the guest.

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