Violet Garland may be a duke’s daughter, but she has a strong streak of daredevil. What she wants most in life is adventure—and when she spots a Bow Street Runner among the ton, she knows she’s finally found it. She’ll help the investigator track down his villain, whether he wishes her to or not!
Bow Street Principal Officer Periander Wintersmith doesn’t need any assistance, especially from a female as persistent and annoying as Lady Violet Garland. Although Lady Violet does possess a most uncommon talent and she is exceptionally good at following people…
Perhaps he ought to accept her offer of help? Together they might be able to unravel a rather perplexing mystery—and Perry may just avoid falling off any roofs.
Take one adventure-seeking duke’s daughter, one solitary Bow Street Runner, a strange series of thefts, a dash of magic, a sprinkling of naughty drawings, and what do you have? A romp of a Regency romance that will sweep you through London’s alleyways and over its rooftops, with detours into cupboards, attics, bandboxes, and ballrooms!
Length: Full-length novel of 99,000 words
Sensuality level: A Regency romance with steamy love scenes
Violet and the Bow Street Runner is the second novel in the award-winning Garland Cousins series by USA TODAY bestselling author Emily Larkin. It can be read as a standalone.
If you love wildly entertaining, emotional, and heartwarming historical romances that will keep you reading all night long, then this novel is for you.
Be swept into a Regency England brimming with passion and adventure, magic and love. Start this addictive series today!
Emily Larkin is the USA Today bestselling author of the Baleful Godmother historical romance series, a series that readers are calling “vastly entertaining,” and “ridiculously wonderful.”
Emily writes historical romances as Emily Larkin and fantasy novels as Emily Gee. She has won multiple awards in New Zealand and Australia and has been a finalist in the Romance Writers of America RITA award, as well as the National Readers’ Choice, Booksellers Best, and Sir Julius Vogel awards.
When not reading or writing, Emily can be found hiking—preferably somewhere off the beaten track.