Publisher Description

When a proper lady of the ton takes on a new client in her risqué matchmaking business, she discovers that he has one decadent demand. Spend the night with him!

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Lady Kitty Varney runs a discreet business to support herself and pay off her late husband's gambling debts. When Viscount Justin Belmont appears in her parlor, Kitty's latest client is the very man she was forbidden to marry years ago. Kitty questions if she can find Justin a woman worthy of him…and if she can bear to help him wed any other woman.

Then Justin lists his criteria for a wife and Kitty is shocked to learn she is among the few candidates suitable. He demands each candidate spend one night with him.

Can Kitty deny herself the chance to enjoy the charms of the man she's never forgotten? Lady Varney's risqué business might be her saving grace—but it may well become her undoing.

February 17
W.J, Power
Wilma Jo-Ann Power

Customer Reviews

Ris@480 ,

Cute read; too short.

Typical regency storyline. Love torn apart by family and debt and forced to marry. Widower forced to pay off husband’s debt. Will issues with previous relationships ruin a chance for love the second time around? Cute read but felt the story was rushed, too short and needed a little more for 4*.

Deiatra Dee ,


Left virtually penniless, how does a lady of the ton go about repaying her late husband’s debts? She sets up a matchmaking service, one that, while being discreet, had been highly successful, of course. However her latest client, the only man she’s ever loved and who has revenge on his mind, comes with very detailed requirements…and a shocking demand.

Can our heroine find our hero the perfect wife without losing her heart all over again? Will our hero have his revenge or will he lose his heart in the process?

I love this story of broken hearts and second chances by the talented Cerise DeLand. Her writing style brings the hurt, anger, regret, and most of all love, alive.

BinksHuman ,

Incredibly dim witted writing!


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