About the book:
The Earl of Rookdean really did not want to host a house party.
One week – an entire week of simpering debutantes, mindless games and…singing.
Miss Clara Lockwood really did not want to attend the Earl of Rookdean’s house party.
Dragged along by relatives, the last thing Clara needs at the moment is a week of demanding men, idle chitchat and…archery.
However, you don’t always get what you want, and at a masquerade ball on the opening night, the Earl of Rookdean encounters a captivating Grecian-dressed goddess. With identities hidden, will his heart be able to find what his eyes cannot see?
What started by chance, in a moonlit sunken garden, leads to a week of concealed passion, deception and misunderstanding. With a house full of hidden desires, fine dining, song, charades and…Lady Minkworth – who wouldn’t want a house party?
This charming regency novella (49,000 words) is the second standalone story in The Captivating Debutantes Series.
Heat level: Sensual. 3 out of 5.