In the second volume of the Wallflowers series, fiercely independent American Lillian Bowman, in London to find a husband, matches wits with the insufferable, snobbish, and irresistible Marcus, Lord Westcliff, society's most eligible bachelor. Original.
Desperate to save her family from ruin, beautiful Annabelle Peyton plans to use her beauty and wit to tempt a suitable--and wealthy--aristocrat into marriage, but her plans are quickly undermined by the attentions of the intriguing Simon Hunt, who offers seduction but not marriage, in the first volume of a new romance series. Original.
She gave him innocence . . .
Lady Aline Marsden was brought up for one reason: to make an advantageous marriage to a member of her own class. Instead, she willingly gave her innocence to John McKenna, a servant on her father's estate. Their passionate transgression was unforgivable - John was sent away, and Aline was left to live in the countryside . . . an exile from London society.
. . . and he took her love.
Now McKenna has made his fortune, and he has returned - more boldly handsome and more mesmerising than before. His ruthless plan is to take revenge on the woman who shattered his dreams of love. But the magic between them burns as bright as ever. And now he must decide whether to let vengeance take its toll . . . or risk everything for his first, and only, love.