Hera's Husband (Heiresses of Eris, #2)

Hera's Husband (Heiresses of Eris, #2)

by Lisette Giroux

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Hera's Husband (Heiresses of Eris, #2) by Lisette Giroux

Eris: Greek Goddess of Chaos; Started the Trojan War by merely tossing an apple into a group of goddesses that said "to the fairest".

Louisa Compton was easy to overlook in the group of her friends, the Heiresses of Eris. She was small and quiet. But that shell hid the heart of a lion and a whip smart head for business. It also hid a heart yearning for true love. There was just the not so small problem of her overbearing social climbing parents.

Colin Campbell was a reluctant Laird who loved women. All women. As long as they don’t try to get in his heart. He was taking a wife for the good of his business and because he needed someone to take care of his daughter when he had to travel. So why is it that this one small woman gets under his skin at every turn?

The Heiresses of Eris series is about four finishing school friends who refuse to conform to society’s expectations of them. They couldn’t be more different but their desire to rebel unites them.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940154172995
Publisher: Eris Digital
Publication date: 12/01/2016
Series: Heiresses of Eris , #2
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 4 MB

About the Author

Best selling author L.C. Giroux writes smart, sexy, fun, romance novels. She writes books that are as much about the love of a family as about any one couple. Romance might be an odd fit after an architecture degree and careers in cosmetics and molecular biology but five minutes into their first date she knew she had met her future husband. More than twenty years later, a kid, their fair share of richer, poorer, sickness, and health, she still believes in a happy ending.

When L.C. isn’t writing she is hanging out with her family and dogs who are a lot more fun than anything on television. She has lived in more college towns than is good for anyone over the age of thirty. She finds it fertile ground for more story ideas.

Read excerpts of her work at www.lcgiroux.com

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