Donna Lea Simpson is a nationally bestselling romance and mystery novelist with over twenty titles published in the last eleven years. Besides writing romance and mystery novels and reading the same, Donna has a long list of passions: cats and tea, cooking and vintage cookware, cross-stitching and watercolor painting among them. She lives in Canada.
Reforming the Rogueby Donna Lea Simpson
With nowhere else to go, penniless Linnet Pelham is forced to take refuge with her sister in London, only to learn that her sister�s betrothal to Lord Cairngrove is the scandal of the ton. Never one to shy
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From the author of A Rogue�s Rescue comes another Classic Regency Romance novella celebrating the witty and romantic world made popular by Georgette Heyer.
With nowhere else to go, penniless Linnet Pelham is forced to take refuge with her sister in London, only to learn that her sister�s betrothal to Lord Cairngrove is the scandal of the ton. Never one to shy away from an unpleasant situation and convinced of the couple�s devotion, Linnet is determined to see them wed, if only she can persuade Cairngrove�s brother, Nic Barton.
Nic, a notorious rogue who is all too aware of his dashing good looks, is dead set on preventing his brother�s marriage. Even as he schemes to frighten Linnet�s sister into walking away from the engagement, he sets his sights on seducing the lovely Linnet with whispered promises of lessons in love.
But Linnet has a few lessons of her own to teach, and as the two match wits and spar over their siblings� fate, the undeniable passion growing between them might force them both to learn the meaning of true love.
This novella was originally published under the title �Love Lessons.�
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This novella is a Classic Regency. It involves Cederick Barton, Earl of Cairngrove, his brother Dominic, Jessica Landry (Cederick's mistress) and Linnet Pelham, her sister. Dominic has attempted to talk his brother out of marrying his mistress and it failed. It is not socially expectable for a peer to marry his mistress. He takes matters into his own hands and goes to Jessica's house to convince her not to marry his brother. Dominic meets Linnet who has recently lost her job as a school mistress. This is a true Regency and I normally don't read Regency. I thought this book was entertaining and I liked how spunky Linnet is. This book gives two HEA 's. It was a quick read at 88 pages on my Nook. I give it 3.5 stars. I received this book as an Advanced Reader Copy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review