For Clara Deverill, standing in for the real Lady Truelove means dispensing advice on problems she herself has never managed to overcome. There’s nothing for it but to retreat to a tearoom and hope inspiration strikes between scones. It doesn’t—until Clara overhears a rake waxing eloquent on the art of “honorable” jilting. The cad may look like an Adonis, but he’s about to find himself on the wrong side of Lady Truelove.
Genre: Historical Romance
A clan’s greatest warrior. An Englishwoman in disguise.
Can their love survive her secret?
Marian Wynswich has seen what falling in love can do to the most sensible of females. When her sister turned giddy with love, Marian vowed never to let it happen to her. But when dashing Lord Gilbert Ingraham comes to pay a Christmas visit, Marian wonders if she can keep her vow.
Excerpt Scotland, 1717 Maggie McCallum was only sixteen and Owen Duff eighteen the autumn their families spent in Edinburgh. Her mother had said she was too young for courtship, but Maggie secretly scoffed at that. Men looked at her now, and she was finally allowing herself to give a flirtatious look back. And […]