Charles Trent, Earl of Bythorne, was an unapologetic rake. Hester Blayne was a woman of passion whose writings incited women to stand up to men’s power. Hester set out to show Thorne the error of his immoral ways; Thorne accepted the challenge of convincing Hester that it was folly for women to defy men’s rule. But each discovered something unexpected in the process. Regency Romance by Anne Barbour; originally published by Signet
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About the Author
Winner of the Romantic Times' Best Regency Award, Anne Barbour's titles include Buried Secrets, The Grand Hotel, Miss Prestwick's Crusade, and A Wedding Bouquet. She lives in the Black Hills of South Dakota.