Moonlight Becomes Her by Meagan McKinney

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The newspapers call her Lady Moonlight. No one in high society would ever have dreamed that the elusive jewel thief is one of their own, but demure New Orleans debutante Mystere Rillieux is a woman who hides her past, as well as her seductive charms, from everyone - except for one man.

About Meagan McKinney

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Mckinney gave up a thriving career as as biologist to become a full time writer.
Published January 1, 2001 by Kensington 2001/01. 320 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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If Edith Wharton had written a bodice-ripping romance novel about Old New York, it would probably read something like McKinney's latest offering (after The Merry Widow</

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