Desires of a Perfect Lady
A secret list of the desires of Lady Olivia Rathbourne: Disregard convention Follow my heart Bed the Earl of Wyldewood A decade ago, Olivia had expected to marry the Earl of Wyldewood, only to have happiness stolen from her before his ring could be placed upon her finger. Now he stands before... show more
A secret list of the desires of Lady Olivia Rathbourne: Disregard convention Follow my heart Bed the Earl of Wyldewood A decade ago, Olivia had expected to marry the Earl of Wyldewood, only to have happiness stolen from her before his ring could be placed upon her finger. Now he stands before her, as proud and arrogant and handsome as ever, vowing to rescue her. Well, he's got some nerve urning up after all these years. Where was he when she needed him? As for the earl, scandal has never touched him nor has impropriety ever besmirched his name. But his penchant for doing the expected does have his family calling him, well, dull. Isn't it time to flaunt society's conventions and do what he's always wanted? And first on his list: Olivia in his bed—with or without a wedding.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: March 30th 2010
Pages no: 377
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, Regency Romance
Series: Harrington Saga (#3)
I enjoyed this second entry in the Harrington brothers series, looking forward to number three. This time, the eldest brother, the Earl of Wyldewood, has his second chance at romance. His partner is a former almost fiancee who married another man under duress, unbeknownst to the earl. The best part ...
28yo widow is trying to go forward with her newly-found freedom due to her controlling husband’s recent demise when her first love Hero visits her after shunning her 10 years ago. Hero believed her father who told him that she wanted to marry another man, even though just the day before she was decl...
Olivia was all set to marry the Earl of Wyldewood only to have her dreams killed when she was forced to marry another. Ten years later, she is free from the nightmare marriage but needs help to claim what is rightfully her inheritance. The only person she can turn to is the man that abandoned her ...
liked it-not as much as The Virgin's Secret, but liked it a lot. I don't think I've read Victoria Alexander before these two books, but I'm gonna have to read more.