Published by Entangled Publishing: Select Historical on March 27th 2017
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Lord Graham Findlay, the shamelessly virile Viscount Northridge, has a disgraceful secret, one he’ll do anything to hide. Holding his passions at bay, Gray has sworn off the fairer sex. But when temptation comes in the form of an intriguing woman he cannot easily avoid, Gray’s integrity—and his most depraved desires—are put to the ultimate test.
Self-assured and carefree Princess Svetlanka Volkonsky never dreamed she would one day become a lady’s maid to avoid a dangerous traitor. But danger also comes in many guises, especially in the sinful and devastatingly attractive lord of the manor who introduces her to a world of singular pleasure.
When Lana’s past emerges to threaten the life and the false identity she’s built in England, she and Gray find themselves falling into a tangled web of lies and intrigue...and the last place either of them expected to fall...in love.
Top Five Historical Romance Picks
Everyone loves to read a lush, sexy, heart-pounding historical romance that leaves you with the mother of book hangovers. Here are our TOP 5 picks of our favorite historical romances. This was incredibly hard as there are so many great books out there and so many talented writers. But since we’re co-authors, you get five recommendations from each of us! Win!
ONE GOOD EARL DESERVES A LOVER, by Sarah MacLean
A GOOD DEBUTANTE’S GUIDE TO RUIN, by Sophie Jordan
THE DUKE AND I, by Julia Quinn
DEVIL IN WINTER, by Lisa Kleypas
A ROGUE BY ANY OTHER NAME, by Sarah MacLean
UNTIL YOU, by Judith McNaught
THE SECRET, by Julie Garwood
THE DUKE AND THE LADY IN RED, by Lorraine Heath
IT HAPPENED ONE AUTUMN, Lisa Kleypas
LORD OF SCOUNDRELS, by Loretta Chase
She felt his warm gust of laughter against her forehead. “You are a mule.”
Lana gasped at the insult and snapped her eyes to his.
It was a mistake.
She saw the longing in them. The desire. Even a glint of admiration, unless she was fooling herself.
“You are extraordinary,” he whispered. She parted her lips at the unexpected compliment, especially as it rode on the heels of an insult.
“Lord Northridge,” she began, and then cut her eyes away, staring instead at his loosened cravat and the barest hint of bronzed skin above it. She felt the oddest desire to press her lips to that hollow, to feel his pulse throbbing there below the tip of her tongue. Stirring, she dragged in a shaky breath and licked dry lips. “I am like any other.”
“Gray,” he said thickly, focusing on her mouth. “My name is Gray, and I do not want any other. I do not think of any other, not as I have found myself thinking of you.”
It was wrong of him. He shouldn’t have been saying these things to her. Or asking her—a servant—to address him by his given name. And he should most definitely not have just brought his body to within a scant inch of hers.
The air between them shimmered into something reminiscent of a lightning storm, powerful and elemental. She could barely breathe from the longing to have his hands on her. She was mad to want him to touch her again, and yet she did. If she was being honest with herself, she’d wanted their return ever since he’d removed them from her body the night before.
“Only because I am considered forbidden. Only because I am an exciting risk,” she said, her chest beginning to strain from the lack of steady breaths. She wasn’t sure whom she was trying to convince.
“No. It is something more.”
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My Rogue, My Ruin.
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