Publisher Description

Millie Ashton thinks London society is full of empty headed, arrogant fools, but when she meets Alex Radley she falls desperately in love with him. 
Fearing humiliation and rejection, she decides the only sensible thing to do is take her pride and go home to India. Men like Alex do not fall for girls like her, whereas every girl loses her heart to Alexander the Great.
 Alex Radley, Marquess of Brooke rules the ton like a god, but even gods are known to fall for mere mortals. With his wealth and title, wooing Millie should be an easy task. But when his passionate love letter to her goes astray, Alex's life becomes more than a little complicated.

September 8
Sasha Cottman
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

neeneethereader ,

Letter from a Rake

Throughly entertaining and an enjoyable read!

Atlz3 ,


This author likes puffed cheeks, I don’t know why bugged and distracted me but it does. I read book in about 3 days. Easy to put down and pick back up. Basic story happy ending. Reading last in series next not sure I will finish series.

Peg1951 ,

A Secret and a Letter

Letter From a Rake is the story of Millie Ashton and Alex Radley, Marquess of Brooke and heir to the Duke of Strathmore. Millie’s family has moved back to England from India, where she was born. She feels out of place and is quite homesick. Alex is the darling of the ladies of the Ton. He is handsome, respected, and sought after, but he has a secret. They meet and are taken with each other. A romance seems to be in the works until Alex makes a silly (but understandable for him) mistake. Now what happens?

Letter From a Rake is Sasha Cottman’s debut novel and a wonderful introduction to the Duke of Strathmore series. The characters are fun and loveable. Millie is sweet and feisty, and the Radley siblings are a delight. It is a well-written story with a little angst and drama and a good dose of humor. Look for a couple of confused ladies, an angry earl, and misfortune in a maze, all because of a love letter gone astray. I enjoyed this story. The audio version was very good. Janine Haynes is a talented reader. Her narration was quite engaging, and I loved the excellent job she did with the characters’ voices.

The audio version of this book was a gift. My review is voluntary.

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