No Man's Mistress

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Dell Pub., 2002 - Fiction - 358 pages
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Critics call her "a matchless storyteller." (Romantic Times) Readers have fallen in love with Mary Balogh’s sparkling blend of wit and romance. Now this dazzling writer sweeps us back to Regency England, into a world of dangerous secrets and glittering intrigue, as a dashing lord meets his match in a fiery beauty who vows to be...

No Man's Mistress

Lord Ferdinand Dudley is accustomed to getting what he wants...that is, until he appears at the door of Pinewood Manor, attempting to claim his rightful estate, and is met by the bewitching fury of Lady Viola Thornhill. She refuses to cede him the home she calls her own. He refuses to leave. So the contest begins. Each day under the same roof brings its share of frustration...and temptation. But Viola knows it is a battle she cannot afford to lose. Marriage is out of the question, and she will be no man’s mistress even as Dudley’s unnerving presence threatens to melt her resolve. Against his better judgment, Lord Ferdinand Dudley is beguiled. This maddening beauty has stirred him as no woman had before. And now he is bound and determined to make her his own.

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Review: No Man's Mistress (Mistress #2)

User Review  - Christina Harlin - Goodreads

Quite a good romance yarn, with a few genuine surprises and an unusual heroine - almost a reversal in the ordinary gender roles of bodice-rippers. The book is classy and well-paced, with some welcome ... Read full review

Review: No Man's Mistress (Mistress #2)

User Review  - Molly - Goodreads

This was way too heavy for me. I skipped to the end, and even then, it hit too close to what's happening now in the world. As soon as the sex slavery plot was introduced, I just couldn't deal. These ... Read full review

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About the author (2002)

Bestselling, multi-award-winning author Mary Balogh grew up in Wales, land of sea and mountains, song and legend. She brought music and a vivid imagination with her when she came to Canada to teach. Here she began a second career as a writer of books that always end happily and always celebrate the power of love. There are over three million copies of her Regency romances and historical romances in print. She is also the author of the Regency-era romantic novel More Than a Mistress, now available in paperback from Dell.

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