Who loved Lady Southridge in "What the Duke Wants" and "The Only Reason for the London Season"? SHE'S BACK! And creating fiascos in the second book in the GreenFord Water's Series. "To Tempt An Earl" was just released this month, and is the story of the eldest ward, Bethanny Lamont. And of course, it involves Lady's Southridge's devilishly handsome brother, Lord Graham.
Here's the Synopsis.
Tempting an Earl is not for the faint of heart.
Thank heavens Bethanny is anything but faint!
Now, honest, perhaps--too honest, but never faint!
After all, why flirt when you can tempt? And why the devil would a woman choose to swoon when she could be kissed?
Of course, she'd never try something so...honest, yes that was the word, honest on anyone but Lord Graham.
He's the only one she wants.
He alone has her heart.
And, he hadn’t a clue.
So it was only polite that she tell him.
Now, if only her blasted guardian, the Duke of Clairmont, would see Graham as more of a suitor than his old friend.
Because Graham is anything but old and most certainly not just a friend, not after that kiss, or that touch.
Though, if she were to lay all her cards on the table--which any gently bred woman ought--he wasn't completely aware it was her mouth, her lips, or her touch.
But that's beside the point now, isn't it?
Even though "To Tempt An Earl" is part of a series, it can be read as a stand alone. And I guarantee you'll laugh out loud and swoon, because as much as I love the banter in this book ( Bethanny know's what she wants...let me just say that) I love the romance even more ( especially the charade's scene...)
"To Tempt An Earl"