Posie Graeme-Evans is the internationally bestselling author of five novels, including The Island House and The Dressmaker. She has worked in Australian film and television for the last thirty years as a director, commissioning executive and creator/producer of hundreds of hours of drama and children’s series, including the worldwide smash hit McLeod’s Daughters and Daytime Emmy nominated Hi-5. She lives in Tasmania with her husband and creative partner, Andrew Blaxland. Visit her website at PosieGraemeEvans.com.
A SINFULLY APPEALING RAKE
Lord Lucien Escher is a renowed London rake who believes there is not a woman in the world who cannot be seduced--he is determined to prove it, come what may.
AN INTELLIGENT AND DETERMINED WOMAN
Madeline is determined to save her treasured ancestral home and has no use for love or the tricks of an unredeemable scoundrel. Against her better judgment, however, she is powerfully drawn to the elusive and dangerous Lucien, whose hard-hearted faade hides a tragedy that is slowly devouring him from within.
As Lucien and Madeline circle each other in a magnetic play of desire and denial, their passion will rise to a crescendo of longing and sacrifice that will change their fates forever.
A Lady's Vow.
The very last thing beautiful young Elizabeth Dunaway plan to do is marry! Determined to liberate the women of Britain, Elizabeth opens a private Ladies Club, scandalizing every male in Victorian London.
A Hero's Promise.
Of course, Ross Carrington, the Earl of Blakestone isn't at all like most other men. As a brilliant military strategist and gentleman spy, he's at the top of his game. But when an investigation leads him to the magnificently obstinate Miss Duniway, Ross sets out to tame her rebellious spirit, but soon finds that he's met his match.
The Battle of the Sexes.
When Elizabeth's campaign for women's rights goes too far and takes her to prison, she's stunned when the powerfully handsome Blakestone comes to her rescue with a marriage of convenience. But there's nothing at all convenient about waking up to the arrogant earl, wrapped in his embrace.As her dashing and attentive husband begins to romance her, she soon discovers that marrying Ross just might have been the most liberating thing she could ever have done.