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Finally the fabulous Cover Reveal for The Earl Not Taken. This is book one of the Wallflowers of West Lane. You are going to love these ladies.
The series is about four girls who went off to finishing school and formed an unbreakable bond. When the first to get married if finally widowed by her abusive husband they all pledge never to let another Wallflower be harmed again. They’ll do whatever it takes to make certain any man vying for a Wallflower’s attention is worthy of her love. I hope you love the cover as much as I do.
The Back Cover
Left standing on the side while their contemporaries marry into society, four young ladies forge a bond to guard each other from a similar fate . . .
Finishing school failed to make a proper lady of Penelope Arrington. But as a Wallflower of West Lane, Poppy has a far more vital role—she and her three best friends have made a pact to protect each other from the clutches of dangerous, disreputable men. So when one of them is about to be married off to a duke sight unseen, Poppy makes it her mission to divine the prospective husband’s true character. If only she didn’t require the aid of London’s most unsuitable rake.
Rhys Draper, Earl of Marsden, has known the headstrong Poppy since she was a young girl naïve to the ways of men. To her eternal chagrin—and to his vague amusement—they have been at odds over the memory of embarrassing first encounter all these years. Now, with his services in need, Rhys sees a chance to finally clear the air between them. Instead, he is surprised by the heat of their feelings. If the two do not tread carefully, they may end up in a most agreeably compromising position . . .
Bringing Down The Duke by Evie Dunmore
A stunning debut for author Evie Dunmore and her Oxford Rebels in which a fiercely independent vicar’s daughter takes on a powerful duke in a love story that threatens to upend the British social order.
These characters jumped right off the page! Miss Dunmore has a knack for creating super charged emotional scenes. I stayed up half the night to finish.
The book begins with the fact that Oxford is finally letting women in. I mean, I’m already hooked.