Justin Trentham, third son of the Earl of Billington, is determined to get himself disowned from his cold and unloving family. Despite his numerous affairs with questionable women of the ton, his parents continue to be dismissive of his ploys, but Justin spots the perfect scandal in the form of a beautiful, exotic Italian opera singer...
Carmalina Belluccini refuses to become his mistress, despite being tempted by his charms. But after losing her singing voice, she finds herself destitute. She agrees to be Justin's mistress for one month, until she has enough money to return to her beloved Italy.
She intends to keep their arrangement strictly business, but after witnessing Justin's vulnerable side, she finds herself falling more in love than in lust with him. Carmalina is having second thoughts about leaving England...but is their love strong enough to survive the scandal of the season?
Click on through to buy it from Carina Press, and congratulations Bron!
Nineties girl Florence Spring joined Avon to find her Edward Scissorhands but instead needs to rescue his porno alter ego.
When Florence notices her eccentric ex-boyfriend, Eddie, isn’t putting on his usual show in the front window on Friday night she decides to investigate. She asks her best friend, Nelson Tyler, to help but he seems more interested in seducing Florence than in finding her personal flasher. Florence has no idea when she embarks on the adventure she will accidentally shoot an undercover policeman, or that her actions will lead to Nelson’s kidnapping. Now with two men missing she has no choice but to continue and thwart the plans of a psychotic soon to be divorcee. She needs to rescue Nelson because life without him is unbearable, especially since she’s discovered his long sensitive fingers are far more erotic than scissorhands.
Check it out at LSB and Amazon and congratulations, Lillian!
Lillian is over at Book N Kisses, talking about Male Review.
Here's an excerpt from the review by Cocktails and Books:
"...And the way all the characters interacted just felt very real. The romance between Suzanna and Royce is fast paced and very entertaining.
I give A Marriage Made in Mayfair four cocktails!"
Get your copy from Decadent Publishing.
Cool cover, no?
We look forward to hearing more very soon!
Maggie Mundy has also finalled in the Ignite the Flame Contest. Stay tuned for more on that next time.
Finally, we wish all those people attending the Romance Writers of Australia's Annual Conference this weekend a smashing time! We wait with bated breath to hear about the R*BY and Award outcomes. Good luck!
Happy reading, Emmeline.