The Countess Scandals each follow an exceptional woman, and the unusual Earl she loses her heart to.

The books are ordered by their place in the timeline, but reading them out of order should have a very minimal impact on your enjoyment of the book.

A Convenient Engagement

A Convenient Engagement

Book One

 

A young lady makes an outrageous deal with a very handsome devil in this sexy debut romance set in Georgian Era London and Scotland.

An independent young woman of means, Miss Hannah Howard is as stubborn as she is beautiful. After she moves to London for her first season among the ton, she immediately finds herself in a heated dispute with her neighbor, the ill-mannered Gavan Dalreoch, Earl of Rhone. Giving the Earl a black eye is a lapse in judgment—even though the Scottish scoundrel deserved it. Now with her reputation in jeopardy, her only hope for saving face is the man whose face she bruised.

Gavan is content to live up to his rakish reputation, but with family pressuring him to marry, he and Hannah agree to get engaged just long enough to appear respectable. Yet as the charade continues with stolen kisses and a trip to Gavan’s Scottish castle, Gavan and Hannah discover that their false engagement may be more real than they imagined.

Praise for A Convenient Engagement:

A Convenient Engagement is a charming, hilarious, and engaging read, and best of all, full of handsome Highlanders!”—New York Times bestselling author Jennifer Ashley

A Dangerous Damsel

A Dangerous Damsel

Book Two

 

In eighteenth century Scotland, a born seductress meets her match in the second Countess Scandals novel from the author of A Convenient Engagement.

Deidre Morgan survives on her allure, quick hands, and quicker wits. But when her brother Tristan’s gambling addiction gets him in too deep with the crime lord—and Deidre’s former lover—Alistair, Deidre needs to come up with the money. Fast.

Rich and handsome, Ewan Dalreoch seems to be the perfect mark. Deidre plans to seduce him, take his money, and leave him behind. But Ewan isn’t like the other men she’s known—and he refuses to be shaken off.

Yet when Alastair comes after his debt, Deidre and Ewan both get more trouble than they bargained for—and perhaps a love worth fighting for.


Praise for A Dangerous Damsel:

“Two outrageously strong, deeply vulnerable characters meet their match in every way in this story, and the way they get to that realization–along with off-the-charts chemistry–make it a Top Pick.”–RT Book Reviews, 4 1/2 stars.

A Ballroom Temptation

A Ballroom Temptation

Book Three

 

Unexpected allies find themselves falling for each other in the new Countess Scandals novel from the author of A Convenient Engagement and A Dangerous Damsel

Arriving for the season in London, the always-proper Jane Bailey hopes to pass unseen and unheard—and return home unwed. She has already suffered enough at the hands of the ton, not to mention her cruel ex-fiance, Geoffrey Pembroke. Adam Clairborne has similar plans. Though his father called him home from the Carolinas to find a wife, he wants nothing more than to return to his life of freedom in the Americas.

When Adam saves Jane from an unsavory encounter with Pembroke, the two become allies in navigating the mire of the social season. But as a mutually beneficial alliance turns to genuine affection, it becomes clear that their plans may be foiled by their own hearts.

Praise for A Ballroom Temptation:

The unusual character elements and the laugh-out-loud humor make this a real winner.”—RT Book Reviews, 4 stars.