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Outrageous Confessions of Lady Deborah

Genre: Historical  Romance(Regency)

Source: Received for an honest review from the publisher and Net Galley.

United Kingdom and North America, August 2012
Harlequin Mills&Boon Historical
Available in paperback and ebook formats
ISBN (NA) 978-0373297009, 0373297009
ISBN (UK) 978-0263892598, 026389259X


England, 1817


I am the Dowager Countess of Kinsail, and I have enough secrets to scandalise you for life.

I will never reveal the truth of my soul-destroying marriage – some things are too dark to be told. But at least no one can guess that I, a famously icy-hearted widow, am also the authoress of the shamelessly voluptuous romances currently shocking the ton…!

Only now I have a new secret identity, one that I will risk my life to keep – accomplice to Elliot Marchmont, gentleman, ex-solider and notorious London thief. This adventurer’s expert touch ignites in me a passion so intoxicating that surviving our blistering affair unscathed will be near impossible…

The opening chapter of this book grew directly out of part of the story I abandoned when writing Rake with a Frozen Heart, but aside from the Regency setting, the similarities end there. Deborah and Elliot are both rebels. This is Regency with a twist, sensual, dark and funny, a story of two subversive and strong-willed characters determined to live outside society on their own terms.

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OUTRAGEOUS CONFESSIONS OF LADY DEBORAH by  Marguerite Kaye is another exciting Regency historical romance. Follow Deborah, Dowager Countess of Kinsail and Elliot Marchmont,ex-soldier and London thief “The Peacock” on a journey of discovery,dark secrets,love,romance,passion,and danger,as two rebels finally open their hearts and rind themselves of long deep hidden secrets. The sparks fly right off the page on the very first page and continues throughout the story. Deborah and Elliot both need to free themselves of their burdens, Deborah from a disgusting dead husband and his abuse,and Elliot the horrors or war. An emotional story that you don’t know rather to cry,hurt someone,cringe at the  thought of Elliot getting caught at his thievery and hanging or hold tight to the prospect of them finding happiness at long last. Another keeper for this author.Received for an honest.



REVIEWED BY: AprilR, My Book Addiction and More/My Book Addiction Reviews