The Duke of Shirewood, Mercer Adam Danvers had given up on love. He was a giant among men. Some called him The MAD Duke of Shirewood, while others referred to him as The Shirewood Monster. It didn’t help matters that he was as ugly as a gargoyle.
All women feared him. . .that is until he came across Lady Desmond Kirby. Never had a woman looked upon him as she did.
Obviously, she was daft.
Vowing to protect her from the villain out to harm her, Mercer finds himself wanting her more than he had ever wanted anything. Could she love a beast like him? Was he willing to take the chance?
The price might be too high.
Lady Desmond Kirby found herself fascinated by the giant who had rescued her. She also found herself falling in love with him. She wasn’t sure why. He was rude, grumpy, and he didn’t have a good disposition. . .but he stirred within her a feeling of completeness, of belonging, of wanting to stay with him forever.
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. .