Publisher description for The secret pearl / Mary Balogh.


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Mary Balogh has no equal when it comes to capturing the complex, irresistible passions between men and women. Her classic novel, The Secret Pearl, is one of the New York Times bestselling author’s finest–a tale of temptation and seduction, of guarded hearts and raw emotion…and of a love so powerful it will take your breath away….

He first spies her in the shadows outside a London theatre, a ravishing creature forced to barter her body to survive.

To the woman known simply as Fleur, the well-dressed gentleman with the mesmerizing eyes is an unlikely savior. And when she takes the stranger to her bed, she never expects to see him again. But then Fleur accepts a position as governess to a young girl…and is stunned to discover that her midnight lover is a powerful nobleman. As two wary hearts ignite–and the threat of scandal hovers over them–one question remains: will she be mistress or wife?


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Prostitutes -- Fiction.
Fugitives from justice -- Fiction.
Nobility -- England -- Fiction.
Husbands -- Fiction.
Governesses -- England -- Fiction.
Social classes -- England -- 19th century -- Fiction.
London (England) -- Social life and customs -- 19th century -- Fiction.