Loving My Wicked Rogue by Dawn Brower

One night of passion leads to undesirable consequences...

Loving my wicked rogue

When Lady Francesca Kendall finds herself in a delicate condition, she has a decision to make, and nothing seems quite right. Instead of discerning what she should do on her own, she pays Matthew Grant, the Duke of Lindsey a call and unburdens her troubles on him, hoping he will do the gentlemanly thing and take responsibility for the dilemma he helped create.

Genre: FICTION / Romance / Regency

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Romance / Historical / Victorian

Language: English

Keywords: second chance, surprise baby, duke

Word Count: 22700

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Sample text:

 Her mouth went dry, and she lost all ability to think, let alone speak. He had thick black hair, and eyes so blue they took her breath away. In short, she was a bumbling mess. Francesca had never seen a man as beautiful as this one and had nothing to fall back on in her interaction with him.

“No need to apologize,” he said in a husky tone. She’d somehow managed to find her breath, and shivers went down her spine as he spoke. God help her. “It was all my fault.” He had so much charm no lady would be able to resist. Who was he?

She shook her head still unable to speak. What was wrong with her? So he was gorgeous. That shouldn’t matter! If she had any chance of having a successful season, she had to learn to use her voice. “My lord,” she curtsied. “It was indeed my fault. I cannot let you take the blame.”

His lips tilted upward into a sinful smile that promised he could be quite wicked if a lady let him have his way with her. Francesca had never been so tempted to offer herself to a man before. But to be fair, no men like this one lived near her home in Kent. “A gentleman would never let a lovely lady as you carry such a burden.” He held out his hand to her. “Why don’t you stroll with me. I’m only here until morning and I find myself a bit lonely.”

She frowned. Francesca should help out and spend some time with him. This was her aunt’s house, and she did know the layout, and what might appeal to him. “I am afraid we’ve not been introduced…”

“Then let’s rectify that.” He brought her hand up to his lips and pressed down in a soft kiss. “I am Matthew.”


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