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Convince Me: A Regency Novella
     

Convince Me: A Regency Novella

by Bess Gilmartin
 
As far as Miss Amelia Caulfield is concerned, the fact that her fiancé is a marquess does not excuse the peas on his cravat, whiskey on his breath, or horses on his brain. With the wedding set for tomorrow, life just might be over before Amelia’s even gotten to the interesting bits. That is, unless she can convince the Duke of Haliford (who, if rumors

Overview

As far as Miss Amelia Caulfield is concerned, the fact that her fiancé is a marquess does not excuse the peas on his cravat, whiskey on his breath, or horses on his brain. With the wedding set for tomorrow, life just might be over before Amelia’s even gotten to the interesting bits. That is, unless she can convince the Duke of Haliford (who, if rumors are correct, knows a great deal about the interesting bits) to marry her—tonight. But twelve hours is hardly enough time to even flirt properly, and arranging a tryst at a ball can be so difficult. Fortunately, there’s a secret alcove behind her mother’s potted palm, and it’s big enough for two.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940015810332
Publisher:
Bess Gilmartin
Publication date:
12/01/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
135 KB

Meet the Author

Bess Gilmartin is a pen name.

My real name is Terri Gibson. Horribly disappointing, isn’t it? Sure, it’s a great name if you’re watching zombie movies or walking dogs.* It is NOT a name for a Regency Romance writer—at least not this one (my apologies to any other Terri Gibsons out there who write Regency Romance—you go, girl).

When I’m not writing or using my oh-so-incredible imagination to pretend I can’t see the dog hair tumbleweeds rolling across the floor, I’m probably training for a zombie fun run or bitching about having to make dinner.**

I like kayaks, zombies, tie-dyed shoelaces, and a brilliant, good-looking man (that would be my husband) who likes a strong, intelligent woman (that would be me, whatever the hell my name is).

*The dogs are Ned and Pirate. Notice THEIR names are not at all disappointing.

**Let it be known that I can cook. I just don’t like it very much, possibly because I’ve heard too many complaints about my barbecued tofu.

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