From the author of In The Arms of the Heiress, a seductive romance about getting schooled in the ways of the heart—and desire…
A secretary for the renowned Evensong Agency, Eliza Lawrence may have a pretty face, but she’s much prouder of her mind and her morals. When she’s pressed into temporary governess duty as a favor to her boss, she doesn’t expect to bend one bit for the rakish Nicholas Raeburn. Not even when he opens the door to her half-dressed…
Despite his bad reputation, Nicholas is a man of honor. To Nick’s way of thinking, he doesn’t need any help raising his daughter, Domenica. If only he weren’t so drawn to the meddlesome woman’s sparkling wit and uncommon beauty…
But when an act of misplaced chivalry goes seriously awry, resulting in mayhem and almost murder, Eliza becomes the only woman he can depend upon. Nick will do anything to protect his family, but who will protect him from falling in love with his reluctant governess?
Praise for the Ladies Unlaced Novels
“Downton Abbey fans will fall in love…A must read!”—Tessa Dare, USA Today bestselling author
“A fun, light and very sexy historical.”—Smexy Books
“Charming…Filled with action, love and secrets.”—Fresh Fiction
Maggie Robinson, author of the Ladies Unlaced series, including In the Arms of an Heiress and In the Heart of the Highlander, is a former teacher, library clerk, and mother of four who woke up in the middle of the night absolutely compelled to create the perfect man and use as many adverbs as possible doing so. A transplanted New Yorker, she lives with her not-quite-perfect husband in Maine, where the cold winters are ideal for staying inside and writing hot historical romances.
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Published by InterMix Aug 19, 2014| 311 Pages| ISBN 9780698182752