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Rhonda Woodward
Rhonda Woodward is the author of six Signet Regency romance novels, and is happily working on her next. Among other accolades, Rhonda's work has earned her the Bookseller's Best Award, and her novels have been nominated for the prestigious RITA Award from the Romance Writers of America (RWA), and... show more

Rhonda Woodward is the author of six Signet Regency romance novels, and is happily working on her next. Among other accolades, Rhonda's work has earned her the Bookseller's Best Award, and her novels have been nominated for the prestigious RITA Award from the Romance Writers of America (RWA), and the Romantic Times Reviewer's Choice Award.A native Arizonan, Rhonda enjoys the desert climate of Phoenix year-round.You can connect with her on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/RhondaWoodwardAuthor or visit her website at RhondaWoodwardAuthor.com.
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Christina Babbles
Christina Babbles rated it 6 years ago
Once lovers, Lady Emmaline and Baron Devreux have differing points of view concerning a long-ago tryst --and some "what ifs." But in an unexpected encounter, the two simply have too many questions and the answers only come by moonlight-with a little mischief. The book was an enjoyable read. As in ...
CJ the Book Peddler
CJ the Book Peddler rated it 6 years ago
UghBad writing made me stop
Rane Aria
Rane Aria rated it 6 years ago
A theme I always love to read is that of second chances and for Lady Emma and Baron Jack Devreux, their second chance at love was a long time coming. Thirteen years both Emma and Jack were young and in love, Jack building back his estate after his father nearly ruined it and Emma the shining star on...
Rane Aria
Rane Aria rated it 6 years ago
This hit the spot. I was in much needed dose of fluff and Moonlight and Mischief gave me just that. Reprinted in ebook format, and a sequel to The Wagered Heart. You have the misunderstood rake theme, that may been used way to many times, it nice that this rake Lord Haverstone knows he's a rake and ...
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