A sexy Georgian historical romance novella by New York Times bestselling author, and member of the Romance Writers of America Hall of Fame, Jo Beverley.
In 1765 a desperate mother accepts shelter with a stranger for herself and her children, but at what cost?
England in the Georgian age was not kind to the poor. When Lily Gifford finds herself homeless in the countryside on a bitter November evening has no choice but to accept shelter from a passing stranger. But when she and her children arrive at Brooks Hall, the house is cold and neglected, and their host abandons them to his handful of resentful servants.
When Lily learns Sir Benjamin Brook's secret, she sees hope for herself and her family, if only she dare risk all to grasp it.
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About the Author
Widely regarded as one of the best writers of romance novels, British author Jo Beverley (1947-2016) was a five-time winner of the Romance Writers of America RITA award and a member of the RWA Hall of Fame. Beverley was known for her sweeping historical romances, including the Malloren series and the Company of Rogues series, as well as numerous other books.
Date of Birth:September 22, 1947
Place of Birth:Morecambe, Lancashire, UK
Education:Degrees in English and American Studies, Keele University, Staffs, 1970
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