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The Veil of Night (Signet Eclipse)

The Veil of Night - Lydia Joyce Thought this was a pretty good book. You could not help but love the characters. Victoria goes to the Duke of Raeburn to see about what to do to save face and her family name because of her brothers reckless adventures and compounding debt. She strikes a bargain with the Duke to be his mistress for a week to save her families good name.The affair sparks a budding romance between the Duke and Victoria. The more time Victoria spends with the duke she wants to unearth his secrets.Raeburn is hiding a secret that has made him and odd ball to society her only is seen from dusk to dawn. But during and accident The Duke risks his life in order to care for the wounded Victoria. After recovering from her injury Victoria now finds out the secret to the Dukes affliction he is allergic to the sunlight and has burns all over his face making him look horrid.But Victoria's loving and caring nature lures the Duke who is slowly coming out of the shadows and into the light in Victoria awaiting arms.This was a cute gothic novel and a nice romance story. Lydia is a new author to me and I can say i will be looking forward to some of her other books.The book had a elusive plot that kept you wondering once Raeburn's secret was revealed if he was a vampire or supernatural or not the plot kept you guessing all the way through...