Lovely Katherine Penn longs for a near impossibility: to have her play performed. Unfortunately, playwrights are considered rogues, but she is considered quite proper. Her talented group of actors welcomes the patronage of Philip, Lord Ramsey, yet unaccustomed feelings stir within Katherine when she is near this handsome gentleman. He confuses her and makes her yearn for the unknown. Meanwhile Viscount Ramsey offers his own theater for the group's practice, a means of having the enchanting Katherine nearby. When danger suddenly rears its head and Katherine finds her life is in jeopardy, Philip does all he can to protect her, but can he save her for himself?
|Publisher:||Hale, Robert Limited|
|Product dimensions:||6.40(w) x 9.30(h) x 1.00(d)|
About the Author
Emily Hendrickson is the author of numerous romance novels, including The Gallant Lord Ives, Lady Sara's Scheme, and Queen of the May.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Does it make her a rogue to be a playwright? This Hendrickson is as entertaining as her other books, with several plotlines that flesh out the other characters and a many faceted heroine. About the only character who is wanting "a life" is the hero! I am so sad that the Zebra Regency Romance market fell apart, this is a great example of the genra.