To all of London, Sebastian Traherne is a pretentious fop who prizes his tailor over his dukedom. In truth, he's an obsessively rational fellow protecting a secret marriage. When a prickly Welsh miss arrives at his crumbling castle one gloomy night, she upends his world—and every principle he holds dear. Worse, she believes in a silly fairy tale known as True Love.
Gwynna Owen might be the last true Princess of Wales, but she needs this very English duke to claim her legacy and vanquish a tyrant. When Sebastian quickly sees through her boy's disguise, she must plead her case with only a rusty dagger—and sapphire eyes that conjure what he most wishes to avoid.
Maitland's Rogues: Andrew Maitland's group of daring English rogues risk all for their country. Hardened and deadly, they have no use for love—until it ensnares them...
About the Author
Eileen Putman’s love of England’s Regency period and the Napoleonic War period has inspired research trips to Britain, Ireland, France and other countries — there being no substitute for stepping on the soil that Beau Brummell and his champagne-polished Hessians once trod.