An enticing novella from the bestselling author of The School for Brides, featuring Rose Bailey—a former courtesan, well practiced in seduction, about to learn the art of love.
As a courtesan, Rose Bailey learned how to seduce men by playing the coquette. As a student at Miss Eva Black’s School for Brides, she learned the manners of a proper wife. But her husband, Thomas Stanhope, was drawn to her spirited nature, and does not want her to merely play a role. Now Rose has one final lesson to learn—how to let herself love, and to truly be loved.
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Praise for The School for Brides
“Chockablock with plot twists…plenty of passion and intrigue.”—Publishers Weekly “Definitely looking forward to the next book in this series!”—The Romantic Dish
About Cheryl Ann Smith
Cheryl Ann Smith became hooked on historical romance at age fourteen when she first discovered the appeal of handsome heroes in waistcoats and breeches. Once she decided to write her own novel, she quickly discovered a new passion and now… More about Cheryl Ann Smith
Published by Berkley May 01, 2012| 78 Pages| ISBN 9781101548165