A craftily worded contract and fate finds Arthur, Earl of Hentonury, having to marry not the lady he expected but her younger sister Amelia, the woman he knows his brother James loves and hoped to marry. Arthur cares for both Amelia and James how can he choose between his love for them and his duty? James may be the younger son, but he has taken leave from the Army and will fight for Amelia. Torn between her feelings for two brothers Amelia wishes to marry Arthur but can’t bear to lose James. Is there any chance the three of them can find happiness together? Will duty or love win out? Amazon.co.uk/ Amazon.com/
Eleanor Chatsby has her eye on a man—unfortunately he doesn’t appear to know she exists and is more interested in his hobby of bird watching.
Lord Alexander Mendton, curses his inability to communicate well with others, especially when his attention is captured by the most interesting of ladies.
One impetuous act from her and he is struck by the desire to make Eleanor his wife. Unfortunately his proposal is unexpected, poorly timed, and refused. He is not deterred and begins a plan of seduction.
Their courtship fast becomes a battle of wills. What can Lord Mendton do to capture his lady’s heart? Is he prepared to go all the way and cede her control of their relationship?