An Improper Proposal

An Improper Proposal

Book Six, The Distinguished Rogues Series

In life there are choices…

Spinster Iris Hedley was once the darling of the ton until her father lost his fortune through an illness of the mind. Reduced to living as a penniless guest while her father rots in debtors prison, she’s determined to escape unscrupulous robbers who’ve set her to spy on the ton by the only means possible—by becoming a wealthy mans mistress. Unfortunately for Iris, her proper upbringing never covered intimacy or seduction so she asks the one man she trusts for help with private lessons in the duties of a mistress.

…in love there is but one

Martin Andrews, the Earl of Louth, may have a soft spot for tiny Iris Hedley, especially after her father fled London with a horde of debtors nipping at his heels. Her request for lessons in seduction leaves him reeling and although tempted it’s an offer he must refuse for her own good. Convinced she’s headed for heartbreak, he sets out to prove that surrendering to wicked pleasure is not worth the sacrifice of her future only to discover that her problems are more complicated than his own.

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Praise for An Improper Proposal

The Earl of Louth is magnificent… He is a big man with an even bigger heart and if he hadn’t fallen for Iris so completely I might have wanted to give her some competition ~ Night Owl Reviews

Teaser Quotes from An Improper Proposal

“He closed his eyes and discovered an innocent’s kiss was ten times more arousing than the most experienced courtesan.”

The Details

Published: June 9, 2015
Digital Edition ISBN: 978-0-9924863-8-9
Print Edition ISBN: 978-0-9924863-9-6
Print Length: 248 pages

Related Books – Distinguished Rogues Series

1. Chills – Jack and Constance
2. Broken – Giles and Lillian
3. Charity – Oscar and Agatha
4. An Accidental Affair – Merrick and Arabella
5. Keepsake – Kit and Miranda
6. An Improper Proposal – Martin and Iris
7. Reason to Wed – Richard and Esme


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