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.
In which our heroine has a sexy encounter with a mysterious stranger–who happens to be the duke, who happens to be the one man she could never wed. Ah, romance!
A bonus excerpt from Lady Claire Is All That, in which there is Regency-era Mansplaining.
In which our hero makes a foolish wager, which will ultimately lead to true love. Of course.
In which Lady Bridget Cavendish, of the American Cavendishes, falls flat on her back in a ballroom and makes the acquaintance of Mr. Wright and Looord Darcy.
An excerpt of book #2 in the Keeping Up With The Cavendishes series, in which our heroine and heroine should NOT be meeting like this…
Why are romance novels–such a massively powerful and profitable female-driven industry– exemplified by one man?