“One of the genre’s most creative writers. Her ingenious romances always entertain and leave readers with a warm glow.”—Romantic Times
Remington Carr, a rakish earl and London’s most infamous bachelor, matches wits with Lady Antonia Paxton, a lovely young widow who has made a career out of assisting destitute women marry well by trapping eligible bachelors in compromising positions.
“Krahn has a delightful, smart touch. . . . She is sure to keep readers happily engrossed in her protagonists’ struggles to discover what makes a man, a woman and a marriage.”—Publishers Weekly
Betina Krahn lives in Florida with her husband, two sons, and salt-and-pepper schnauzer. With degrees in biology and counseling, she has worked in teaching, personnel management, and mental health. She attributes her positive outlook on life to having married an… More about Betina Krahn