It was a good plan. . .a simple plan.
The Earl of Westbrook, Gideon Andrew Jamieson would find the most unsuitable woman to be his bride. Once his parents, The Duke and Duchess of Trevor saw their future daughter-in-law they would demand he break the engagement and thereby leave him alone about marriage.
Lady Mercy Shefford didn’t make a deal with the devil. . .instead she made her deal with The Earl of Persuasion, as he was notoriously known among the ton. She would help him and in return he would help her. Once their deal was finished she would head back to America.
He knew he should have declined making such a deal. Mercy was too tempting, too alluring, and too innocent. The more he was around her, the more he wanted her. The more he wanted her, the more tempting she became.
It was a simple plan. . .that turned complicated.
About the Author
Glenda Diana has been writing for over 30 years. Her novels can take you from the ballrooms of London. . .to the Wild West of America. When not writing, Glenda can be found enjoy her favorite hobbies: spending time with her grandchildren, crocheting, sewing and cooking. Glenda's novels, and a few short stories, are available in paperback at Amazon. .
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Loved the characters and the story, but found the spelling errors and misused grammar very distracting. Did no one edit this book?