EARL OF OAKHURST is here!
I am so excited to get to share this book with you–I had such a fun time writing it! First, the play between them had me snickering to myself as I was writing it. Secondly, I learned SO much doing my research. Between Penelope’s work with medicine and MacKenzie’s fascination with ancient Greece, I think I spent half the book doing research to write it!
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What are readers saying about EARL OF OAKHURST?
“They are so well matched; they have a beautiful chemistry [and it] is a joy to read their journey.”
“This story has everything you could possibly want: wonderful characters, steamy love scenes, laugh out loud moments, edge of your seat moments and a delightful competition between spouses who vie for the right to claim responsibility for the match.”
“I loved this book, and this author can write some fantastic stories.”
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EARL OF OAKHURST Blurb
CAN A WOMAN WHO DOESN’T WANT A HUSBAND
When she had her come out, Lady Penelope Keats was one of the most sought-after debutantes of the season. But now, years later and by her own choosing, Penelope is still unmarried. She has little interest in love and prefers to spend her time at St. Thomas’s hospital in pursuit of medical knowledge and helping others. However, staying unwed when one’s mother is a notorious matchmaker is no easy feat.
AND A MAN WHO DOESN’T WANT A WIFE
Through unfortunate circumstances, James MacKenzie is the new Earl of Oakhurst, a title he never expected or wanted. When he is summoned by his only living relative, his grandmother the Dowager Countess of Oakhurst, to attend to her in London so that she might instruct him on his duties as earl, including finding a bride, he reluctantly complies. Upon arrival, he finds the older woman ill and in need of medical attention. When his grandmother proves difficult and resistant to help, he allows Lady Penelope’s aid in treating her.
MAKE THE PERFECT MATCH?
When both learn of the other’s lack of desire for love, they know the best chance to escape those seeking to wed them is to come to an agreement—one that will free them both from the pressures of matchmaking. But a marriage of convenience doesn’t imply a marriage without passion. As their feelings eventually warm toward one another, old enemies emerge and threaten everything they have worked for. Will they be able to draw strength from their blossoming love to defeat those who seek to destroy them, or will they deny their feelings and lose one another forever?