He’s a soldier who puts duty above all else. She’s the spirited lady he loves. Obligation collides with passion.
When Blaire Culpepper returns to England, she hopes to finally declare her love to debonair Lieutenant Julian Drake. Except, in her absence, he’s inherited his brother’s estate, sold his commission, and has been courting another woman. According to the rumor mills, a marriage announcement is expected any day.
From the moment Julian laid eyes on Blaire many months ago, she entranced him. But as a soldier far beneath her station, he battled his growing fascination. When his brother dies, Julian social status changes. But so do his newfound intentions of courting Blaire and winning her hand.
Circumstances and honor have forced him into considering a union with another woman. But that means breaking Blaire’s heart and his own as well…Will his heart or his mind win the battle?
You’ll want to read this love-triangle Regency historical by a USA Today bestselling author in one sitting! A tender, sigh-worthy romance, Julian and Blaire must overcome lies, amnesia, and villainesses you’ll want to slap.
If you enjoy reading strong heroine, sister series, romantic comedies, and redeemed rogue love stories with a pinch of mystery & suspense, a dash of humor, gripping emotion, and naughty dogs, then you’ll adore Collette Cameron’s captivating THE BLUE ROSE REGENCY ROMANCES: THE CULPEPPER MISSES. Buy THE LIEUTENANT AND THE LADY and settle into your favorite reading nook for a page-turning, entertaining Regency England world adventure you can’t put down.
Though this book can easily be read as a stand-alone, most readers prefer to read the series in order.
THE BLUE ROSE REGENCY ROMANCES: THE CULPEPPER MISSES:
The Earl and the Spinster
The Marquis and the Vixen
The Lord and the Wallflower
The Buccaneer and the Bluestocking
The Lieutenant and the Lady
CHECK OUT COLLETTE’S OTHER SERIES:
Heart of a Scot
Highland Heather Romancing a Scot
The Honorable Rogues™
Wicked Earls’ Club
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Great Story, Great Series
Blaire Culpepper and Lieutenant Julian Drake have fallen in love. Devastated to learn that Julian is to marry his deceased brother’s pregnant betrothed (duty and honor as he sees it), Blaire heads to the Culpepper country estate. At about the same time, Julian is also traveling to the country with Daphne Trudeau (his new intended) and her mother. When the top-heavy coach they rode in is blown over by a storm, Blaire rescues them, and they all end up staying in an inn together. As if this is not uncomfortable enough, when Julian regains consciousness, he doesn’t know who he is, where he is, where he was going and why, or the three women making a fuss around him. At this point this story gets very interesting.
This story has quite a conundrum for our hero and heroine, but as they say, Truth will out. Blaire and Julian are great characters, and I love how they come to know each other again as he recovers his memory. The Trudeaus are an obnoxious pair of shrews with no redeemable characteristics. The kind of villains you really want to get what’s coming to them. The story is fast-moving and suspenseful. There are a few surprises, some happy, some sad. There is also a romance and humor. It is fantastic that when Blaire sends for help, the entire family shows up for her. A good story and a heartwarming epilogue make The Lieutenant and the Lady a must read.
Five girls, five stories, all tied together to make an awesome series.
I really enjoyed this book. The entire series is well worth reading. There is so much humor and sweet romance throughout the book. I highly recommend it