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Taming the Rogue: 3 Classic Regency Romance Novellas

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Length: 334 pages4 hours

Summary

Reforming the Rogue

Penniless Linnet Pelham is forced to take refuge with her sister in London, where she learns that her sister’s betrothal to Lord Cairngrove is the scandal of the ton. Determined to see the two wed, she must first convince Cairngrove’s brother Nic, a notorious rogue, to assist her. As the two match wits and spar over their siblings’ fate, an undeniable passion grows between them that might force them both to learn the meaning of true love.

“I don’t give 5 stars often, but I figured this one deserves it! If you like traditional Regency, this book is for you.” —Goodreads

Noël’s Wish

Lady Ann Beecham-Brooke was once a stunning young beauty, but long years in a loveless marriage left her cold and aloof. Charles Montrose, Viscount Ruston, was left widowed by his one true love and now aimlessly travels the world in a futile effort to escape the pain of his loss. When the imperious Lady Ann shows up at his door, he finds himself attracted to this beautiful and hardened woman, and must devise a way to learn the source of her pain and melt her defenses.

“An incredibly wonderful Regency Romance set at the Christmas holiday season. Wonderfully detailed characters, charming dialogue and a sweet plot make this book impossible to put down.” —Goodreads

The Earl of Hearts

Spinster Melony Farramond terminated her only engagement when her betrothed was disfigured in a horrific fire eleven years ago. Overcome with regret, she wishes only to see him one more time. Following the fire, Lord Hartley Kentigern sank deeper and deeper into a morass of cynicism and bitterness and was haunted by a rejection he can never excuse. With the annual Valentine masquerade ball approaching, Hartley’s concerned sister hatches a scheme to bring Melony and her brother together once more, in a final effort to force them to forgive both each other and themselves and rediscover the love they were meant to share.

“A great little novella with sweet but passionate story.” —Goodreads

About the Author:

Donna Lea Simpson is a nationally bestselling romance and mystery novelist with over twenty titles published in the last eleven years. Besides writing romance and mystery novels and reading the same, Donna has a long list of passions: cats and tea, cooking and vintage cookware, cross-stitching and watercolor painting among them. She lives in Canada.

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