Emma Brimley made one small fib in her application to teach at the Pettibone School for Young Ladies: She claimed to be a widow. But when she arrives in Yorkshire, she is dismayed to learn that she’s expected to prepare her students for the intimacies of marriage—of which she knows nothing. Her only hope of maintaining her place lies with the alluring Lord Nicholas Chambers, a neighboring artist whose behavior is scarcely consistent with that of a gentleman.
True to his reputation, “Lord Bedchambers” offers Emma a scandalous bargain: He will answer her questions about anatomy and bedroom etiquette if she will pose for him . . . in the Grecian fashion. Though keenly aware of the dangers of such a scenario, Emma determines to best the noble roué—never thinking she may be risking her heart as well.
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About Donna MacMeans
Donna MacMeans lives with her family in Ohio. She is the author of the Chambers trilogy (The Education of Mrs. Brimley, The Seduction of a Duke, Redeeming the Rogue), the Rake Patrol series (The Casanova Code, The Whisky Laird’s Bed),… More about Donna MacMeans
Published by Berkley Oct 02, 2007| 352 Pages| ISBN 9781440620591