Pride & Passion/That Despicable Rogue/In Debt to the Earl

Pride & Passion/That Despicable Rogue/In Debt to the Earl

by Elizabeth Rolls, Virginia Heath

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Imprint: Mills & Boon Special Release

Release date: 2021-05-01

Pages: 476 Pages

ISBN: 9781867234180

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Amongst the drama and desire, love will be their destiny

That Despicable Rogue - Virginia Heath

Lady Hannah Steers has three reasons to loathe and despise Ross Jameson. He's a scandalous libertine, he stole her home and he was responsible for the death of her brother!

Determined to expose Ross for the rogue he is, Hannah dons a disguise and infiltrates his home as his new housekeeper. Unfortunately, this scoundrel proves himself to be the epitome of temptation and, instead of building a case against him, Hannah finds herself in a position she never expected...falling head over heels in love with him!

In Debt To The Earl - Elizabeth Rolls

In his quest for revenge against a disreputable card sharp, James, Earl of Cambourne, discovers the man's innocent daughter. While her surroundings are impoverished, her dignity and refinement are unmistakable, and James faces an unsettling question - what will be her fate if he brings her father to justice?

Although yearning for love and comfort, Lucy resists the Earl's surprising offer of protection. That is until a price is made on her virginity, and James is the only man who can save her.

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Elizabeth Rolls

Elizabeth Rolls

Elizabeth Rolls taught music for several years and took a masters degree in musicology. A visit to an old school friend on a farm in south-western New South Wales resulted in writing her first Historical. Her friend was an avid fan of Regency romances and Elizabeth, who had shared this passion with her for years, decided to write one… and hasn’t looked back! Elizabeth and her family live in Melbourne. Readers can visit her website at: www.elizabethrolls.com
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Virginia Heath

Virginia Heath

When Virginia Heath was a little girl it took her ages to fall asleep, so she made up stories in her head to help pass the time while she was staring at the ceiling. As she got older, the stories became more complicated, sometimes taking weeks to get to the happy ending. Then one day, she decided to embrace the insomnia and start writing them down. But it still takes her ages to fall asleep.
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