A lady with a mysterious smile and come hither gaze will be immediately sought after.
There’s nothing better than reading about strong-willed, determined women… unless those women are fighting against society’s dim viewpoints for their happy endings during the Regency era. This Scandalously Improper collection contains the last two Scandal in Surrey books.
In Misfortune’s Lady, Miranda Ellis Mason Craythorne firmly believes anything associated with her love life is under a black cloud of bad luck, but when Mr. John Goddard calls, she might be willing to change her outlook, especially when he brings a cunning and handsome spy, Richard Howick, with him. More than a steamy ménage is in the offing when these three come together. In a world where reputation is everything and behavior outside the proper is frowned upon, finding a happy ending might just be a trial that demands too much from them all.
In Miss Bennett’s Naughty Secret, Elinor Bennett harbors a habit that keeps her warm at night and the lonely memories at bay. When her fingers wander, she can easily believe in dreams beyond the deaths of her family members. Yet when her new neighbor, Geoffrey Ansley, moves into the manor house next door, her dreams change focus. No matter that he’s the bastard son of an earl and his reputation is steeped in rumor, she’s intrigued, especially when he reveals his American roots, which gives them something in common. When he finds her outside his bedroom one night in a secret passageway, her dreams change focus in a very passionate way, but a Guy Fawkes prank might quell her chance for a love match.