A former journalist, Deborah Simmons is the author of twenty-eight historical romances and novellas, including a USA Today Bestselling anthology.
Two of Simmons' titles have been RITA finalists, and two have been finalists for The Daphne du Maurier Award of Excellence for Mystery/Suspense. She has sold more than two and a half million books in North America, and her work has been translated and published in thirty-one countries, including illustrated editions in Japan.
The Earl of Wycliffe is in store for a surprise when he buys a new estate. The vicar's daughter who lives on his land is a curvaceous, green-eyed beauty about to make her debut in the Ton…and he's assigned to chaperon her!
Max must ensure tempting Charlotte Trowbridge finds a suitable husband in her first Season. But when several men begin to compete for the debutante's hand, the usually level-headed Max realises he might not want to let her go!
A charming Regency story by Deborah Simmons, originally published in 1995
A fitting start for such a dangerous attraction, thought Grayson Westcott, the Marquis of Wroth. And though he'd always prided himself on his infamous self-control, Kate Courtland's hoydenish charms had shattered his defenses and set fire to his soul!
Kate Courtland's life of privilege amongst polite society was a distant memory, and the hardships of her daily struggle had become all too real. Until the night she wounded the Marquis of Wroth, and unleashed a smoldering passion that would change their lives forever!