- How Miss Rutherford Got Her Groove Back
- The Summersby Family Tree
- Lady Alexandra’s Excellent Adventure
- There’s Something About Lady Mary
- The Secret Life of Lady Lucinda
- The Honorable Scoundrels
- The Five Golden Rings
- The Trouble with being a Duke
- The Scandal In Kissing An Heir
- The Danger In Tempting An Earl
- Lady Sarah’s Sinful Desires
- The Earl’s Complete Surrender
- His Scandalous Kiss
- A Most Unlikely Duke
- The Duke Of Her Desire
- Foreign Titles
- Christmas At Thorncliff Manor
- The Governess Who Captured His Heart
- The Earl Who Loved Her
- The Duke Who Came To Town
- The Illegitimate Duke
- The Girl Who Stepped Into The Past
- The Love That Saved Him
- The Infamous Duchess
- No Ordinary Duke
- Miss Compton’s Christmas Romance
- News & Events
- Media Kit
The Danger In Tempting An Earl:
Kingsborough Ball – Book 3
Lucien Marvaine never thought he was good enough for Katherine. As the younger son of an earl, he didn’t have a title or prospects. Then fate steps in and gives him a second chance, and this new Earl of Roxbury is determined to make the beautiful Kate his own . . . one touch . . . one kiss at a time.
Katherine never thought of herself as a temptress, certainly not with Lucien. Why, she’s known him almost all her life! Yet as she waltzes in Lucien’s arms at the Kingsborough Ball, she can’t help but be drawn to him. Has he always been this hard and masculine? And where did those dimples come from? Kate is not looking for a husband . . . but how can she not surrender to Lucien’s charms when love is at stake?
The Danger In Tempting An Earl
In this final installment of the At The Kingsborough Ball Series, I wanted to attempt a friends to lovers romance, but as usual, I didn’t want it to be too easy for my hero and heroine to arrive at their happily ever after. Lucien Marvaine is a broken hearted hero who has suffered a great deal while Katherine (Lady Crossby) is a widow with low self esteem. Since it is my belief that many women are prone to doubt themselves or think less of themselves because they don’t think they live up to the ideals of society, I thought I’d address the issue in my novel, for it truly is an important one.
This is also the book in which the Kingsborough Ball shooter is revealed, allowing me to write a more action packed thriller romance with some twists and turns that I hope my readers will find surprising. There is even a cameo appearance by Mr. Goodard because of how much positive feedback I received about him. Many readers wrote that they hope he will have his own book. I’d like you all to know that I’m contemplating a novella for him.
If you’ve read my books before, you’ll know that I do enjoy adding quirks to my characters. Katharine is of the opinion that she can best Lucien at practically anything, but the truth of it is that he always let her win because she was so much younger than him. She loves the outdoors – is an avid gardener who won’t think twice about a spider crawling up her arm. Lucien, as handsome as he is, is not perfect. His nose is slightly crooked after he broke it in a fight during his travels on the Continent.
|Released August 27th 2013||Released December 31st 2013|