A Victorian lady’s marriage of convenience to a strict stranger…
When her wastrel Earl of a father gambles away her hand in marriage, the beautiful Lady Henrietta claims she’s already secretly wed to the handsome vicar who arrived in the county just that day. To protect the lady’s reputation, Alfred Conley backs up the story in public― but he exacts his price in private. Any wife of his must be subject to domestic discipline, and he does not tolerate lies.
Especially those lies that encumber him with a surprise bride still being claimed by a powerful enemy.
Targeted Age Group:: adults
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I've always been fascinated by the honorable history of the fake fiance and the marriage of convenience. I couldn't resist the opportunity to write about a beautiful earl's daughter suddenly swept up in that situation during the supposedly strait-laced Victorian era.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
My characters were in part inspired by my research into the Victorian era. I especially needed a male main character who appeared to be respectable on the surface but who possessed a secret shocking to the society of his time.
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