In which Beatrice Goodwin and Wes Dalton meet sixteen years after she broke his heart–only to discover they are rivals for her family’s department store.
In which our hero and heroine, in the midst of a faux betrothal, are brought together by…complexion balm.
In which our hero (Theodore Prescott the Third) and our heroine (Miss Daisy Swan), who are long time enemies, discuss the DISASTROUS debut of their fake engagement. There is some flirting.
In which I share the author’s note that concludes Duchess By Design. Warning: may contain spoilers and interesting stories to inspire further reading.
In which our hero and heroine attend the opera and talk about…pockets. Glorious, scandalous pockets.
In which a chance encounter with a duke is only the second most interesting thing to happen to Miss Adeline Black that afternoon. #MeetCute
The most interesting thing that had ever happened to Lady Serena Cavendish was being jilted by the Duke of Frye. And Greyson Jones, agent of the crown, was the second. Check out this excerpt from HOT ROGUE ON A COLD NIGHT, my novella in this latest anthology from the Lady Authors.