Gambling on the Duke’s Daughter – Bride’s of Scandal Book 1

Captain Dylan Blake has spent the last decade fighting for his country. Desperate for a little peace, he sells his commission and returns to England but soon finds himself angry and adrift in London Society. When an old nemesis challenges him to a wager — he must get Lady Natalia Sinclair to dance with him twice in one evening — he is willing to play along.

The daughter of a duke, Lady Natalia Sinclair fears her enormous dowry is the only thing that draws her many suitors. But heroic Captain Blake seems different. Unfortunately, she soon realizes his smile is false, his interest superficial.

Dylan sees Natalia’s rejection as a challenge, and the stakes increase when he discovers his elder brother Michael is wooing the duke’s daughter as well. Passed over for Michael too many times, he’s determined to prove he can be first in somebody’s heart.

As the lines between the wager and attraction blur, can Dylan and Natalia find the courage to take the biggest gamble of all — love?

Marrying the American Heiress – Brides of Scandal Book 2

Michael Blake, a straitlaced English nobleman, desperately needs to marry an heiress. When he discovers that his intended bride–and her much-need dowry–has been romanced away from him by his own brother, he is forced to turn to the only other great heiress on the market.

Emma Marks is an American adventuress who has spent the last few years traveling the world–a bargain she made with her father in return for her promise to marry a titled aristocrat by the time she’s twenty-five. But when Michael is accused of a crime he didn’t commit, can Emma help him deal with the ghosts of his past? And can Michael show Emma she doesn’t need to travel the world to be happy because love is the greatest adventure of all?

Finding the Black Orchid – Brides of Scandal Book 3

When Lady Jessalyn Hunter finds herself ruined, both socially and financially, she is forced to accept the help of her brother’s best friend — a man she’s loved since childhood.

Ethan Tremaine has spent his entire life running from the tragedy of his past, but he can’t refuse his best friend’s dying request. He reluctantly agrees to marry Jessalyn, even though he’s terrified by the thought of someone depending on him.

What begins as a marriage of convenience quickly becomes much more. Can they find the courage to love, or will they let the ghosts of their pasts destroy them?

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