Rakes, Rogues and Romance

Rakes, Rogues and Romance

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The Rake is Sir Marcus Camberley, a gentlemen on a quest for a wife. His list of attributes includes elegance, style and a well-bred tranquillity that will guarantee him a peaceful life. Widow Mariah Dean is none of the above. She's bossy, independent, only passingly attractive, and has forged a life for herself on the coast of Hampshire. A moonlit night, a strangely busy beach, and Marcus realizes he's stumbled on a gang of local smugglers. What he doesn't realize - yet - is that their leader will upend his life. She's a local herself, by the name of Mariah Dean! The Rogue is Colonel Rogue Chambers, a soldier exiled to a remote Hampshire village after bedding a woman who turned out to be the intended mistress of a superior. His duties with the Revenue Officers are tedious and Rogue spends many hours reliving the experience that shook him to his core. Lady Ennis Cranborne has closed the door on her disreputable past and settled in Beaulieu, a picturesque village in Hampshire. Living a modest and unassuming life, she has no idea that Fate has plans...and that a certain gentlemen who stole her heart is about to cross her path once more. They must both accept certain inevitabilities, but for a wickedly handsome Irishman and a Lady in love - well, there's always a way to find happiness at last. (These are stand-alone novellas featuring characters first introduced in the Lady Vampire series.)show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 172 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 10.92mm | 317.51g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507769903
  • 9781507769904

About Sahara Kelly

Sahara Kelly is a born and raised Brit who grew up near the two villages mentioned in this story. Her childhood ensured her love of Regencies, which continues to this day. She has written in many other genres, but this particular time period has always been near and dear to her heart.show more