Revealing a Rogue

How do you safeguard your heart from the rogue you’ve sworn to protect?

As secretary at Neale & Sons barristers, an unusual job for a woman, little surprises Miss Bronwyn Cadby. But nothing could prepare Bronwyn for the day Landon Neale, the Earl of Hadfield, waltzes into the office and proposes marriage — to her.

Ready to fulfill his duty and marry, Landon decides the only woman who suits his needs is the brilliant and fiery Miss Bronwyn. But the woman is no blushing debutante. Rather than accept his proposal outright and marry properly, she insists they elope to Gretna Green.

Landon has one carriage ride to reveal his inner rogue and convince Bronwyn she is worthy of being his countess. With every scandalous mile that passes, he will work to win over his reluctant bride.

But will her plan to divert him from the altar succeed?

Revealing a Rogue is a fun, steamy regency romance. If you like unconventional heroines and rogues in disguise, then you’ll adore Rachel Ann Smith’s fast-paced series-opener.

 

Tempting a Gentleman

An East-side girl meets a West-end boy and a clash of cultures ensue.

Emma Lennox doesn’t have time for love. Running a successful dress shop and carrying out her duties as a key Network member consumes all her time and energy. But when she agrees to attend the Hadfield ball, she is thrown into the company of the unassuming Mr. Neale, who has agreed to act as dance master.

Christopher Neale, lead barrister of Neale & Sons, will have to marry if he wants to claim his birthright to become a Protector of the Royal Family (PORF). After two fruitless years of searching for a suitable wife, a brief encounter with a woman on his brother’s front steps proves to be his undoing. 

Challenged with the task of instructing the enigmatic Emma on how to dance, Christopher soon finds himself falling for his reluctant student. Emma is determined to remain self-sufficient and knows that marriage for any independent woman would be a legal disaster.

Will Emma’s resolve not to marry remain steadfast against

Christopher’s skill as a barrister and a lover?

 

 
© 2019 by Rachel Ann Smith.