Thief of Shadows (Maiden Lane)

Thief of Shadows (Maiden Lane)

Elizabeth Hoyt

"Elizabeth Hoyt has outdone herself." -- Jennifer Ashley, New York Times bestselling author

A MASKED guy . . .

Winter Makepeace lives a double existence. by way of day he is the stoic headmaster of a house for foundling young children. however the evening brings out a darker aspect of iciness. because the moon rises, so does the Ghost of St. Giles-protector, pass judgement on, fugitive. while the Ghost, crushed and wounded, is rescued by way of a gorgeous aristocrat, iciness has no concept that his worlds are approximately to collide.

A harmful girl . . .

Lady Isabel Beckinhall enjoys not anything greater than a problem. but while she's requested to teach the Home's dour supervisor within the methods of society-flirtation, double-entendres, and scandalous liaisons-Isabel can not help thinking about why his eyes appear so familiar-and his lips so tempting.

A ardour NEITHER may well DENY

During the day Isabel and iciness have interaction in a conflict of wills. At evening their passions are published . . . but if little women begin disappearing from St. Giles, iciness needs to avenge them. For that he may have to sacrifice everything-the domestic, Isabel . . . and his existence.

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