All Night with a Rogue

Notorious, handsome, and decadent, the Lords of Vice prowl the glittering ballrooms of Regency London— breaking rules and hearts with equal aplomb.

Author: Alexandra Hawkins

Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks

ISBN: 9781429955874

Category: Fiction

Page: 320

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Notorious, handsome, and decadent, the Lords of Vice prowl the glittering ballrooms of Regency London— breaking rules and hearts with equal aplomb. But even the wildest rogue must eventually meet his match... Seduce Lady Juliana Ivers and then cast her aside: Those are his sister's instructions. Alexius Braverton, Marquess of Sinclair—known as Sin to the ton—is happy enough to oblige, especially when he catches a glimpse of his target. Juliana is completely unlike the empty-headed chits who barely hold his attention for a week. A true gentleman would leave her to find a worthy suitor. But then, a Lord of Vice would never claim to be a gentleman. Juliana is expected to marry well to improve her family's finances, even if she secretly longs to make a living through her musical compositions. A dalliance can only complicate matters, though not even practical Juliana can help succumbing to the aptly named Sin. But one unforgettable night will draw her into a scandalous affair—and a seduction begun as sport will soon become deliciously, dangerously real...

The Lords of Vice Series Books 1 3

From USA Today bestselling author Alexandra Hawkins comes The Lords of Vice Series, Books 1-3.

Author: Alexandra Hawkins

Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks

ISBN: 1466888644

Category: Fiction

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From USA Today bestselling author Alexandra Hawkins comes The Lords of Vice Series, Books 1-3. This bundle contains the Regency romances All Night with a Rogue, Till Dawn with the Devil, and After Dark with a Scoundrel. Notorious, handsome, and decadent, the Lords of Vice break rules and hearts with equal aplomb. But for each devilish scoundrel, there is one woman who can shatter him with a kiss...and bring him to his knees... All Night with a Rogue Seduce Lady Juliana Ivers and then cast her aside: Those are his sister's instructions. Alexius Braverton, Marquess of Sinclair-known as Sin to the ton-is happy enough to oblige, especially when he catches a glimpse of his target. Till Dawn with the Devil Few women can resist a man like Gabriel "Reign" Housely, the Earl of Rainecourt. With divine good looks, delectable charms, and delicious wealth, he would seem to be every marriage-minded mother's dream match for their daughters. But Gabriel has no plans to seriously court any of the London ladies ever again-a vow his kept since the mysterious death of his wife. That is, until he shares one unforgettable dance with the exquisitely beautiful Lady Sophia... After Dark with a Scoundrel Young, tender, and highly impressionable, Lady Regan can't help but be intrigued by her brother's wayward friend, the dashing Lord Hugh Mordare (known simply as "Dare" among the ton). He utterly captivates her-in spite of his reputation as a notorious womanizer. But when she steals an innocent kiss from Dare, Regan is swiftly packed off to boarding school, safely away from danger...and desire.

Rogue River Flood Control

We notified the radio station which usually goes off the air at 11 p . m . if they
would keep on so that the people could be kept informed of conditions , they
never left the air all night . The river crested at 7 : 45 the morning of December 22
at 30 .

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The English rogue continued in the life of Meriton Latroon Pt 2 by F Kirkman 1671

... when looking in the sheets she found the cause of her disquietness ; the
cunning Jade made no speech of it at all , but was as pleasant that morning as if
she had ailed nothing all night ; which made me to mistrust my art , and think I
had not ...

Author: Francis Kirkman

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The English Rogue Described in the Life of Meriton Latroon a Witty Extravagant

50 ů you shall have some choice bit futable to the season , & c . if you stay not all
night , your expence shall be but forty shillings , and you shall have to boot , the
enjoyment of a Miftriss besides : but if you stay all night , then thus muft you do ...

Author: Richard Head

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Category: Rogues and vagabonds

Page: 403

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A Complete Concordance Or Verbal Index to Works Phrases and Passages in the Dramatic Works of Shakespeare

The source of this our watch and the chief head of this postYou rogue , I have
been drinking all night ; I am not fitted for ' t haste and romage in the land Hamlet
i l 107 I'll pheeze you , in faith .-- A pair of stocks , you rogue ! T. of Shrew Ind . 1 ...

Author: John Bartlett

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Page: 1910

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The Rogue Or the Life of Guzman de Alfarache Etc Translated by Don Diego Puede Ser I e J Mabbe

Our boulsters were our packe - sadles ; and our bedding the clothes that covered
our Packs , which wee stretch out as plaine as we could upon the bare Floore :
and so we past over that night , as well as we could . CHAPTER VI . Guzman ...

Author: Mateo Alemán

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The Rogue

Or cut through the pack for fivers , ' said the person addressed . ... supper were
interchangeable terms ; the club , at any rate , was kept open all night , and the
sun was shining brightly outside the darkened windows when the two men sat
down ...

Author: William Edward Norris

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The English Rogue Or Witty Extravagant Described in the Life of M Latroon Altered from a Work with a Similar Title by R Head and F Kirkman Preceded by the Birth Parentage and Education Life and Conversation of Mrs Dorothy Fourth Edition with Large Additions

ly we spent fome Hours every Night when we were in Bed , in the fie Conferences
: 1 asking ber which of my Sweetbearts was the best , and likeliest to prove a
good Husband ; she and I both jumped in one Mind , and the seemed to rejoyce
at ...

Author: Meriton LATROON

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The English rogue continued in the life of Meriton Latroon Pt 3 by F Kirkman 1674

... these thoughts a maid with a Candle appeared , who passing through the
Room gave her clear sight that her Husband ... who had slept hard all night was
now awaked with the noise of the maid passing through the Chamber , and
therefore ...

Author: Francis Kirkman

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Rogues and Vagabonds

She had sprung a leak in midocean on the previous night , in a lonely part , far
out of the regular track , where for weeks and weeks never ... They had remained
on the ship all night , refusing to work when they found the water gaining on them
.

Author: George R. Sims

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Category: English fiction

Page: 316

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A Rogue s Life

He was a countryman in a smock - frock , with a green patch over one of his eyes
. Something in the expression ... I made the best excuse I could , and gently
insisted on her trying to sleep a little after being awake all night . She lay back in
her ...

Author: Wilkie Collins

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Page: 188

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The Rogues and Vagabonds of Shakspere s Youth

for hée looked so ougleie and yrksomlye , that euerye one pytied his miserable
case that beehelde hym . To bee shorte , there he passed all the daye tyll night
approched ; and when it began to bée some what dark , he went to the water
syde ...

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Page: 112

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Rogues

And do you cook your supper every night ? Oh no ! I usually sup off bread and
milk . To - night , as I thought you might come — and , naughty boy , you kept me
waiting for you all day — I went in for extras . There is a cold chicken and a salad
 ...

Author: Robert Harborough Sherard

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Sweet Little Rogues

EPHE land over which the beautiful fairy Nellabellina ruled , was fairer than
tongue can describe . Stately palaces ... The fairies used to dance all night under
the oak - trees , and play all day where the moon shone brightest . It was never
cold ...

Author: Elvina Mary Corbould

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Mrs Butler s 1853 Diary of Rogue River Valley

tinny yellow kitten it cryes all night for its mammaw poor little thing SUNDAY ,
SEPTEMBER 18. Sunday morning Deary has gone to town to church I am
reading Cousin John is writing Taylor is shaking so thus passes most of the day
Deary ...

Author: Mrs. Ashman J. Butler

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Rogue Agent

It would not be a restful night , to say the least . That left the all - night lines of the
Metro . He could ride underground all night the way some of the bums did , but
there was always the danger of being “ moved on ” by the police . And given that
 ...

Author: Jack Drake

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ISBN: 9780380759897

Category: Spy stories

Page: 252

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River Rogue

During the first few days ( through Sunday ) his log pirates had come boldly out
upon the river in the daylight there were many strange raftsmen , negroes ,
meddlers ... On the following night , the rogues made Stuyvesant - George their
victim .

Author: Brainard Cheney

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Category: Georgia

Page: 443

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Story of raftsmen along the Oconee and Altamaha rivers in Georgia during the 1880's.

The Book of the Rogue

All night the duke was expected home , and all the next morning ; then
expectation was turned into fear , and fear at last into deadly terror . The pope
was approached , and told that the Duke of Gandia had never come back to his
palace since ...

Author: Joseph Lewis French

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Category: Crime

Page: 399

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The Indian Forester

A village near Tanakpur , which was visited practically every night by “ rogue no .
... In an attempt to prevent the elephant from entering the fields , the villagers had
dug a ditch all around the boundary and then erected a thick hedge on the ...

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Category: Forests and forestry

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