When the Duke Comes to Town #1
On Sale: May 24, 2016
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Novella / Short Story | Romance Historical | Romance Anthology
When the Duke of Danby comes to London for the Season,
anything can happen!
Evading the Duke contains...
THE WOOING GAME by ROSE GORDON
The first meeting for James, Earl of Wynn and Miss Charlotte
Cavanaugh was not so spectacular. Come to think of it,
neither was the second which led to a hasty marriage
followed by three years of speculation as to why the two
were never seen in the same room. But thatâ€™s all about to
When an anonymous letter of admirationâ€”and scandalous
invitationâ€”arrives for Charlotte, James realizes this might
be his chance to start over, and thus begins The Wooing Game.
RUINED BY A LADY by JANE CHARLES
There is nothing Samuel Storm wants more than to leave
London behind him and return to his plantation in Barbados,
until he sees a portrait come to life. At least heâ€™s fairly
certain the girl across St. Paul's is the same one depicted
in the scandalous painting he owns back in the Caribbean.
But how can he be sure? And why would a lady pose for such a
Lady Jillian Simpson has made many mistakes in her life, but
the worst was falling for an artist who took advantage of
her trust. She is fairly certain her father has found and
destroyed all of the paintings, all but one, at least until
she encounters the dashing Mr. Storm and learns another
exists. But after everything sheâ€™s experienced, how can she
ever trust him with her secret or her heart?
ONE LESS LONELY EARL by SAMANTHA GRACE
Colin MacBride, Earl of Blackwood, is well aware that only a
fool would answer the Duke of Danbyâ€™s summons. But with many
mouths to feed, poor fields, and a failing flock that might
not survive winter, he sets aside a decadesâ€™ old feud with
his neighbor and calls on him to make a proposition. If
Blackwood sheep are allowed to winter on the dukeâ€™s land,
Colin will share the profits when they are sheared in the
spring. Naturally, the duke has a better idea, and it
involves a lovely young lady who is dear to his heart. Colin
can use the land if he agrees to hire Meredith Halliday to
be his nieceâ€™s governess, then convince her to quit before
the man the duke has chosen to marry her arrives in
Yorkshire. Oh, and if Colin would flirt with her a bit to
build her confidence, that would be splendid, indeed.
Appalled to be labeled a Lothario for hire, Colin storms
from the study and straight into the old curmudgeonâ€™s
trapâ€”and she is every bit as beautiful and charming as
When the Duke Comes to Town
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