Duke's daughter Lady Ophelia Brinsby resists her parents' plans to marry her to a dull man of rank. She'd rather spend time with her bright and witty best friends who have no rank at all. When her father's strict orders to her new groom Alexander threaten to keep her from those dear friends, the rebellious Ophelia must find a way to outwit the one man clever and charming enough to stir her heart. Runaway prince Alexander is masquerading as a lowly groom in a duke's stable while he plots to save his tiny country from British domination. Now he finds that duty and desire conflict.
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About the Author
Kate Moore is a former English teacher and three-time RITA finalist, Golden Heart, Readers Crown, and Book Buyers Best Award winner. She writes Austen-inspired fiction set in 19th Century England or contemporary California. Her heroes are men of courage, competence, and unmistakable virility, with determination so strong it keeps their sensuality in check until they meet the right woman. Her heroines take on the world with practical good sense and kindness to bring those heroes into a circle of love and family. Sometimes there's even a dog. Kate lives north of San Francisco with her surfer husband, their yellow Lab, toys for visiting grandkids, and miles of crowded bookshelves. Her children are her best works, and her husband is her favorite hero. Visit Kate at Facebook.com/KateMooreAuthor or contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.