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A Kind and Decent Man. Trelawney's Proposal. Beloved Avenger. Zebra Regency Romance. And of all the Society gentlemen she knows, none is more charming, rakish and idle than handsome Lord Theo Collington. So why does she find it so hard to resist him? As they trade barbs, he comes to appreciate not just her blazing wit, but the passion he senses beneath her plain facade.
And when this independent lady makes him a scandalous proposition, despite his better judgment, he is overwhelmingly tempted to accept…. Cover reveal to come soon! So it helps if the new story you move on to write to involves characters from the previous work. Which is the case here! She was such a vibrant character, she kept trying to take over scenes!
In fact, having grown up viewing the often-loveless or tepid marriages common among the ton, she determined before ever making her debut that she would have none of it. The last person Emma needs to be attracted to is handsome, beguiling Lord Theo Collington, a rich younger son with neither a need nor an inclination to marry. Though she expects her plain-speaking and refusal to adhere to the conventional politenesses will soon have him avoiding her, he seems paradoxically intrigued by a woman who refuses to accept empty compliments and makes no attempt to attract him.