Notorious Angel ePUB Ú Audiobook

Notorious Angel LENGTH hrs andminsThe unimpeachable Elenora Villars is the pride of New Orleans Her magnificent auburn hair is her crowning glory and her benevolence is the talk of the town Once a nurse to injured Americans in Niagara, Elenora has become famous for her compassionate works The widow of a Spanish nobleman, Elenora has secured herself a respected place in high society But she has a secret that could destroy her good nameColonel Grant Farrell is the only man who knows what Elenora really is and the secrets she is hiding, but he doesn t care He is overwhelmed with a passion that can only be sedated by the warm brush of her sensual lips He is her sworn enemy, a man who holds her future in his hands, a man who has vowed to win her love Can his insatiable desire overcome her burning hatred

About the Author: Jennifer Blake

A pseudonym used by Patricia Maxwell.Jennifer Blake has been called a pioneer of the romance genre , and an icon of the romance industry A New York Times and international best selling author since 1977, she is a charter member of Romance Writers of America, member of the RWA Hall of Fame, and recipient of the RWA Lifetime Achievement Rita She holds numerous other honors, including two Maggies , two Holt Medallions, multiple Reviewer s Choice Awards, the Career Achievement Award from Romantic Times BookReviews Magazine, and the Frank Waters Award for literary excellence She has written over 60 books with translations in 20 languages andthan 30 million copies in print worldwide Jennifer and her husband reside in a lakeside Caribbean style retreat in North Louisiana where they often entertain family and friends Always a gardener, she spends much of her time encouraging her garden to bloom with her favorite daylilies and antique roses She also enjoys walking her two dogs, Buffy and Lucky, and indulging in needlework, painting, and travel.

10 thoughts on “Notorious Angel

  1. Nenia ⚔️ Queen of Villainy ⚔️ Campbell Nenia ⚔️ Queen of Villainy ⚔️ Campbell says:

    Instagram Twitter FacebookPinterestThis book is the same as the NOTORIOUS ANGEL you can by in the Kindle store, as published by Jennifer Blake Jennifer Blake is the pseudonym of Patricia Maxwell I ve tried to figure out whether there s a rhyme or reason to which books get paired with which name and as far as I can tell, it s just an age thing Older books were published under this author s real name, and

  2. Misfit Misfit says:

    Review edited 12 1 I pasted the wrong quote yesterday.A couple of slightly spoilerish cautionary warnings before I get into the review itself 1 the description on the back jacket is very deceiving since it sounds like the bulk of the story takes place in New Orleans, but those events take place at the very end of the story The second cautionary warning is a reminder that this book was first published in th

  3. WhiskeyintheJar/Kyraryker WhiskeyintheJar/Kyraryker says:

    FREEBIE Free right now onAnother one of my favs is free and I want the whole world to knowLink This was originally published in 1977 so beware but I also reread it last year and still shamelessly loved it, bodice ripping and all FREEBIE Free right now onAnother one of my favs is free and I want the whole world to knowLink This was originally published in 1977 so beware but I also reread it last year and stil

  4. Naksed Naksed says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here In the mid 1800s, a pair of aristocratic but impoverished American siblings follow a rogue American General to a South American country torn by civil war The General is set on creating his own little utopia in Nicaragua The heroine s brother is set on covering himself in glory As for the heroine, she just wants to survive and to pr

  5. KatieV KatieV says:

    I hesitated between 3 4 stars because I like the writing, and the history was rather fascinating I also loved Eleanor Blake knows how to write a strong heroine with human flaws HOWEVER, this is the first time when I felt like the h should have ended up with the rival for the H s affection It waslike a tragedy about the horrors of war, subjugation of the Indian s, and the hypocrisy of apowerful country coming in

  6. Regan Walker Regan Walker says:

    4 and 1 2 Stars Unusual and Exciting Bodice Ripper Set in NicaraguaI struggled with my review of this one only because for much of the story the hero appeared the villain and the heroine weak, not my favorite combination, but the second half of the tale which I think the best is different I would give the first half 4 stars and the second half 5 stars and there is a great ending that will bring tears to your eyes.

  7. KarenB KarenB says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Mattered he said in a strange voice, his dark eyes resting on the rose flush of her cheeks Nothan losing my heart and soul You are the beat of my blood and the air I breathe You are my greatest strength and most feared weakness the only joy I have found, and the only pain I love you, Eleanora.

  8. Vicki Vicki says:

    A wonderful story with lots of adventureThis story has do much detail about a time if war With spying and blackmail and dangers all around a man and a woman find each other It was a very compelling story.

  9. Hazel McNellis Hazel McNellis says:

    INHALT New Orleans, 1855 Eleanora Villars geht erzwungenerma en mit ihrem Bruder Jean Paul nach Nicaragua, da er sich als Soldat verpflichtet hat und auf L ndereien hofft Als sie dort ankommen, stellt sich jedoch heraus, dass Jean Paul betrogen worden war Er und Eleanora stehen pl tzlich mittellos da Eleanoras fragw rdiger Umgang f hrt schlie lich dazu, dass Colonel Grant Farrell sie f r eine M tresse h lt und sie kurze

  10. Julia Foster Julia Foster says:

    Good story, butNot sure how I finished this, but I did It was somewhat hard to read Very wordy For example Glancing around at the elegant room as he walked down it, at the pale green striped silk walls, white brocade settees, Aubusson carpet in a design of cream and green and rose, and rose velvet drapes, he lifted a brow A bit much for me Lots of skimming The romantic scenes were very short and not detailed at all if you

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