Tea Leaves and Tarot Cards by Jacqueline Seewald
(Thorndike Press Large Print Romance Series)

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This sensual, semi-erotic novel is an entertaining, witty, fast-paced historical romance with elements of mystery, the paranormal and romantic suspense. At a ball in Regency London in 1816, Maeve, part gypsy, part mystic and accounted an original by the ton, meets the dashing Marquess of Huntingdon, a fashionable sophisticate and handsome rake. The attraction between them is immediate and powerful. The Marquess dances with Maeve whom he finds secretive and mysterious, as well as sexually desirable. He also decides to do whatever it takes to make her his mistress. Maeve, however, doesn’t want to be any man’s mistress. She values her freedom. What she does want is for Adam, the Marquess of Huntingdon, to help her friend, Lady Caroline, avoid a loveless marriage to Adam’s cousin, a man old enough to be the girl’s father.
 

About Jacqueline Seewald

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Jacqueline and Daniel Seewald are a mother and son writing team who reside in New Jersey. This is the team's first collaborative work.
 
Published August 18, 2010 by Five Star/Gale. 324 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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