He’s a powerful lord bent on vengeance
Maxwell, the Duke of Pennington, is a man focused on one thing: Revenge. He’ll stop at nothing to achieve his goal, including marrying the beautiful, unpredictable granddaughter of the man he seeks reprisal against - whether Gabriella is willing or not. As Max inexplicably finds himself drawn to the spirited minx, unforeseen doubts, and guilt arise.
She’s a dowerless orphan with no marriage prospects
Miss Gabriella Breckensole is astonished when the enigmatic Duke of Pennington turns his romantic attentions on her. Debonair and confident, he set her heart fluttering from their first meeting. Far beneath his station, Gabby never hoped to win his favor, and she soon risks losing her heart to the roguish lord.
Until she accidentally overhears Maxwell vowing to return her familial home to his dukedom and learns his courtship is a revenge-filled ploy. Even though he awakened feelings she never imagined possible, Gabriella now considers him an enemy. Max must make the impossible choice between retribution or forever losing the only woman to ever touch his heart.
Buy this pause-resisting book for an emotional, entertaining, and romantic regency historical romance adventure you won’t want to put down.
Though this book is part of a series, it can easily be listened to as a stand-alone novel.
Listen to the rest of the books in the Seductive Scoundrels Series:
Book 1 - A Diamond for a Duke
Book 2 - Only a Duke Would Dare
Book 3 - A December with a Duke
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Betrayal and Healing
This wonderful story is full secrets, misunderstandings, and the heartbreak they can cause. As the story unfolds it becomes one of discovery, healing, and acceptance. I love Max and Gabby. If they can work everything out, they will be perfect with each other. All of the characters in this one are compelling. All of them have felt the pain of betrayal, and only they can help each other heal. The best thing about having to climb a mountain is that you eventually get to the top. It won’t be easy, but it will be worth it, especially when it begins with “I could love you.” This is a hold-your-breath romance, and Stevie Zimmerman’s outstanding narration makes it a great listen.