Author: Charlotte Stone
Genre: Historical Romance
Rating: 4.6 out of 5 stars
Can a lady’s maid ever find true love with one of London’s richest bachelors?
Florence Crew has caught the eye of one of London’s wealthiest bachelors, but there is just one problem.
She’s a lady’s maid.
While she has no desire to lift her station in life, she knows that the man of her dreams only wants to lift her skirts.
Or does he?
Rollo Kerry is a lucky man.
3- In possession of everything he could want in life.
But… inside he is tormented by the one thing he’s never won, not even as a child.
It’s no wonder he only lets women get so far, allowing them to touch his body but never his soul.
That’s his plan for his latest conquest, a little lady’s maid with a mind as sharp as her tongue.
But when a promise stops him from bedding her for a month, he proposes friendship in order to keep her close.
… and maybe gain something deeper than either ever imagined.
In order to gain love, both will have to take a risk.
Will friendship grow to love?
About the Author:
In a near cynical world which we are currently living in, Charlotte finds comfort in the readings of Regency Romance writings, one of her favourite would be Laura Kinsale’s Flowers from the storm where the female character loves and saves the male lead character who is a stroke victim. It was such writings which inspired her to be an author herself.
In Charlotte’s writings, the characters are able to see beyond the imperfections of each other and to accept and love one another, just the way one is.
Isn’t this true of our inner self?
May you find love and acceptance in Charlotte’s writings.
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