Before the Duke of Wardington, before marriage, and before the games of marrying off his three sons and their friends, there was simply Lord Martin...
There's only one sort for a rogue and that's more rogues.
So… when Martin and his friends spot London's newest and most beautiful lady, competition is struck.
Martin intends to use all his charm on Lady Ellen Kay simply to prove who amongst his group fulfills Tirso de Molina's Don Juan.
But there's another lady distracting his mission—an old friend.
Before she became the queen of the season...
Lady Abigail Irwin has transformed since she was last seen by the beau monde.
Blossomed into a beauty, she now finds gentlemen willing to take her off the marriage market. While one man in particular seems the most interested, Abigail finds Martin's games to be the most exciting thing to ever happen to her.
But in the end, everyone must make a choice and live with the consequences…
A prequel to “The Wardington Park” universe, The Lords of Love is the novella that will answer many questions about the past.
Who is Levi's mother?
Why does Abigail reign supreme during the rule of Prince Regent?
Who was Her Grace, the Duchess of Wardington? The woman whose death led Martin into his depression and back into the debauched life?
If you're wondered the answers to these question, then get read to curl up in bed, a chair, or even a long flight, and brace yourself for Lord Martin...
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I totally enjoyed this adventurous love story in the pre Victorian age. Morgan, who is basically a spy for the crown, must marry. Romance, danger and an assassination attempt keep you engrossed. Morgan and Mena are unexpectedly instantly attracted to each other even though they are both against their arranged marriage. And the adventure begins.
Thouroughly enjoyed the characters in this book. Looking forward to the series.
Martin knows what he wants is taken. He still longs till another lady steals his mind then heart. He knows the secret that keeps him from asking for his loves hand. He honors his friendship & falls for someone who gets him.