Never Trust A Rake/Dicing With The Dangerous Lord/The Taming Of The Rogue

Never Trust A Rake/Dicing With The Dangerous Lord/The Taming Of The Rogue

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by Amanda Mccabe, Annie Burrows, Margaret McPhee

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Imprint: Mills & Boon Historical

Release date: 2013-02-01

Pages: 272 Pages

ISBN: 9781460893487

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Never Trust A Rake by Annie Burrows

Rumour has it that the Earl of Deben, the most notorious rake in London – and in need of an heir – has set aside his penchant for married mistresses and turned his skilled hand to seducing innocents! But if he expects Henrietta Gibson to respond to the click of his fingers, he's got another thing coming.

Dicing With The Dangerous Lord by Margaret McPhee

Venetia Fox is London's most sought–after actress, darling of the demi–monde and every nobleman's desire. But she's about to face her toughest role yet – seducing a confession from the devilishly handsome and very dangerous Lord Linwood to bring her father's murderer to justice!

The Taming Of The Rogue by Amanda McCabe

Anna Barrett is more comfortable filling tankards at the White Heron theatre than shopping for corsets. Her 'take no prisoners' attitude has earned her a tough reputation. Where she was once innocent and naïve, now she's vowed never to be ensnared by a man again. Except Robert Alden is not just any man…

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Amanda Mccabe

Amanda Mccabe

Amanda McCabe wrote her first romance at sixteen – a vast historical epic starring all her friends as the characters, written secretly during algebra class! She's never since used algebra, but her books have been nominated for many awards, including the RITA Award, Booksellers Best, National Readers Choice Award and the Holt Medallion. In her spare time she loves taking dance classes and collecting travel souvenirs. Amanda lives in Oklahoma. Email her at: amanda@ammandamccabe.com
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Annie Burrows

Annie Burrows

Annie Burrows love of stories meant that when she was old enough to go to university, she chose English literature. She wasn’t sure what she wanted to do beyond that, but one day, she began to wonder if all those daydreams that kept her mind occupied whilst carrying out mundane chores, would provide similar pleasure to other women. She was right… and Annie hasn’t looked back since.Readers can sign up to Annie's newsletter at www.annie-burrows.co.uk
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Margaret McPhee

Margaret McPhee

Margaret McPhee trained as a scientist, but was always a romantic at heart. She wrote two manuscripts and suffered numerous rejections from publishers and agents before joining the Romantic Novelists Association. A further two manuscripts later and with help from RNAs new writers' scheme, her first regency romance was born. Margaret enjoys cycling, tea and cakes and loves exploring the beautiful scenery and wildlife of the islands of Scotland with her husband.
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