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Publisher's Summary

Beverly Jenkins enthralls romance listeners once again with Midnight - a heart-soaring African American historical romance novel set during America’s turbulent Revolutionary War.

In a time of peril, she fears nothing - except the forbidden passions of her heart.

In Boston, revolution is in the wind - yet none would ever suspect Faith Kingston of treason. But under cover of darkness, the beautiful daughter of a Tory tavern owner becomes the notorious spy “Lady Midnight”, passing valuable secrets to the rebels. Dedicated to fighting British tyranny, she’ll let nothing distract her - until a dark, mesmerizing stranger enters her life.

A reckless, worldly adventurer, Nicholas Grey has returned to troubled Massachusetts seeking revenge for the death of his rebel father. He suspects a local innkeeper, but it’s the man’s breathtaking, ebony-skinned daughter who has truly captured his interest. Nicholas burns for the sensuous, secretive lady - and Faith cannot mask her own blazing desires. But when destiny unites their causes, the passion that draws Midnight into Nicholas’ arms is as dangerous as it is glorious - and it could spell disaster for them both.

©2010 Beverly Jenkins (P)2021 HarperCollins Publishers

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Peace and Excitement

I love all of Beverly Jenkins books. Her respect for history is engaging. I can listen to the narration by Kim Staunton all day—and on the weekends—I do!

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awesome read

I love this book in true Beverly Jenkins fashion. This love story is special and full of hope..

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Entertaining but Predictable

Nothing new here. I am a loyal fan of all writing’s by Beverly Jenkins but it appears she’s run out of new and fresh ideas. I will give any new books a jaundiced eye before purchasing. The whole time reading this book I kept feeling a sense of déjà vu. So I really couldn’t enjoy this book as much as I would’ve liked to. And I really really disliked the book cover. It had nothing to do with the book or even resemble the characters depicted in the book. It is just sleazy looking. Maybe another attempt to freshen a repeat novel story line. Disappointed.

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Enjoyable

Although I read this book years ago, listening to audible reminded me of history and romance of Faith and Nicholas.

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great historical Fiction

wonderful fast moving story of family conflict, love, and redemption. The bravery and genorosity of people of the race is highliighted. I have read little about black rebels during the Revoulution. Tis was very well done.