Rescued by a Rake by Cheryl Bolen

Beresford Adventures Book 4

: Her betrothed has gone missing and the only one who can help her find him is the one man to whom she could give heart. . .

Rescued by a rake

After patiently waiting six years for her bridegroom, Miss Lucy Beresford finally comes to London to force him to the altar. But when she arrives, her prospective husband is nowhere to be found. Lucy then enlists the services of her betrothed’s closest friend, Lord Montague, to help find her missing fiancé.


Monty doesn’t like to let on how worried he is about his absent friend, especially to the man’s fragile fiancée. Nevertheless, he consents to help the lady in her quest to find the man she’s betrothed to. The more Monty’s with the lady, the more he realizes his friend was a fool not to marry her, and the more he realizes the shy persona Miss Lucy Beresford reveals to others conceals a woman of vast appeal.


Their search—and the subsequent investigation which takes them across England and to the highest levels of government—places them in danger and makes Monty vow to do everything in his power to protect his friend’s future wife.

Genre: FICTION / Romance / Regency

Language: English

Keywords: Jane Austen, Georgette Heyer, Julia Quinn, Bridgerton , romantic suspense, adventure, Regency, English historical, Pride and Prejudice, mystery, Regency series

Word Count: 51,000

Sales info:

Amazon All Star, New York Times and USA Today bestseller

Sample text:

Who the devil was Miss Lucy Beresford? Why was the brazen woman writing to him? Monty knew none of Devere’s sisters were called Lucy. Such a pity all three of those beauties were now wed. Dare he hope this Lucy was half as lovely as the former Lady Sophia Beresford, who was now married to one of the sinfully wealthy Birminghams?

Monty might as well call around at Devere House today and satisfy his curiosity. He had little else to do. After discovering Hutchinson missing from the House of Commons yesterday, Monty had made inquiries about his friend at White’s and Brook’s, but no one had seen Hutch.

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