An innocent among wolves...
When Minerva agrees to stay in London for a Season, she puts herself in danger. Can Lord Willowborne save her?
● She’s an innocent lamb.
● He’s a wolf.
● Nothing is as it seems.
The innocent and the rake…
Tempted by the offer of a Season, Minerva refuses. She’s influenced by her grandmother’s opinion of the ton: “a licentious band of arrogant simpletons and fools, no good to man nor beast.”
Compelled to stay in London despite her misgivings, Minerva struggles to avoid an offer of marriage from handsome and wealthy Sir Henry Goodrich. She doesn’t like him.
Minerva fights her attraction to Lord Willowborne, who has a reputation as a rake. He’s kind to her, and she sees through him: he courts a rakish reputation deliberately. Determined that she won’t marry, Minerva decides that she’ll return home to York.
Suddenly Minerva hears a conversation which turns her life upside down — and Willowborne is the only man who can help her.
Can Minerva save her family? Is Willowborne as unaware of her feelings as he seems?
Minerva And The Rake is the second novella in our Sweet And Tender Regency Romance Series of standalone stories.
Enjoy this delicious Regency romp today.