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Praise for Miss Hillary Schools a Scoundrel, a Publishers' Weekly Top 10 Romance, Spring 2012:
"With heart and humor, Grace delivers a rich and winning Regency debut."

A Scoundrel Drives a Hard Bargain...

Spirited and determined to protect her young brother at any cost, Lisette Lavigne is desperate to flee New Orleans. There's only one ship sailing to England, though, and the rakish Captain Daniel Hillary will only allow Lisette's family aboard for a very steep price...

But a Lady Always Gets the Upper Hand...

Daniel prides himself on running a tight ship, and he knows a lady will be nothing but trouble on a long voyage. Yet he can't help but break his own ironclad rules when Lisette persuades him that being gentlemanly just this once is his wisest course of action...

Praise for Samantha Grace:

"Evocative...There's a charm in Grace's prose that will delight readers."—RT Book Reviews

"Grace's fabulously fun debut will dazzle readers with its endearingly outspoken heroine and devilishly rakish hero."—Booklist

"Clever, spicy, and fresh from beginning to end."—Amelia Grey, Award-winning author of A Gentleman Never Tells

"A delightfully witty romp seasoned with an irresistible dash of intrigue and passion. Samantha Grace is an author to watch!"—Shana Galen, Award-winning author of Lord and Lady Spy

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ISBN: 9781402258381
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