Synopses & Reviews
Notorious Lord Trevor Montgomery hasfearlessly met danger head-on. Now he mustconfront his greatest challenge yet: marriage!
Shy, warm-hearted Miss Grace Kenwood knowsshe is "just" the parson's daughter, with no chance oftempting her new neighbor, Lord Trevor Montgomery.After all, every eligible beauty for miles around isswooning over the brooding former spy. He's thepicture of sin, and though he once had the audacityto kiss her senseless, he can have no interest insomeone like Grace. Yet, somehow, the seductiverogue unleashes her own inner devil . . .
Every lady loves a hero—but Trevor has no interestin any of them—except for the refreshingly candidGrace Kenwood. If he had a heart left, Grace mightsteal it. She insists he's better than he thinks.He's sure she's absolutely wrong. Until dangerthreatens, and Trevor rediscovers how easyit is to be a hero . . . for the right lady.
Fans of Gaelen Foleys Inferno Club books—My Dangerous Duke, My Irresistible Earl, and My Wicked Marquess—will eagerly devour My Notorious Gentleman.
Former spy and Inferno Club member Lord Trevor Montgomery is about to ace the greatest danger of all—marriage! Yes, he has every lady of the ton swooning, but he doesnt have a jot of interest in any of them, except for shy, warm-hearted Miss Grace Kenwood—the parsons daughter.
She could steal his heart—if he believed he still possessed one.
About the Author
Gaelen Foley is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of nineteen historical romances set in the glittering world of Regency England. Her award-winning novels (Booksellers Best, National Readers Choice Award, NJRW Golden Leaf, CRW Award of Excellence, the Beacon, Holt Medallion) are available worldwide in sixteen languages. Gaelen holds a B.A. in English Literature and lives in Pennsylvania with schoolteacher-husband, Eric, with whom she also co-writes childrens fantasy adventure novels under the pen-name E.G. Foley. She spends her days reading, writing, and catering to a ridiculously cute bichon frise named Bingley.