Synopses & Reviews
A spoiled heiress from London and a lowly gentleman farmer find a passion like no other in a breathtaking new tale of forbidden desire from the author of "Some Like It Sinful." Original.
"When Lady Bianca Carstone's father forbids her to marry notorious rake Lord Aldron, the petulant maiden hatches a rebellious plot, setting off this entertaining and passionate Regency romance. Fearless, impulsive and used to getting what she wants, Bianca infuriates her father by striking up a disingenuous courtship with London's newest and most disrespected member of the ton, Edward Sinclair, earl of Harrington. Patronizingly referred to as the Peasant Earl for his humble upbringing as a gentleman farmer, Edward is attracted to Bianca the moment he sets his eyes on her, and soon recognizes her as a far deeper and more responsible woman than others would think. Despite Bianca's selfish intentions, the charade swiftly escalates into a meaningful, intense relationship, fueling spiteful gossip. Their trust in one another is further put to the test when a former beau tries to push his way back into Bianca's life, forcing Bianca and Edward to question the strength of their love and the lengths they'd go to salvage it. While the abrupt ending leaves too many unanswered questions, this engrossing tale will keep readers amused." Publishers Weekly (Copyright Reed Business Information, Inc.)
Farmer-turned-aristocrat Edward Sinclair, the new Earl of Harrington, unwittingly becomes the pawn in a spoiled heiress's game of revenge when she sets out to seduce him. Original.