British Bad Boys by Nancy Warren

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What woman isn t a sucker for a sexy hunk with a hot English accent and a very large estate? Fall in lust with three British Bad Boys who like it shaken and stirred, and who know exactly how to give a woman the royal treatment, in bed and out...

George and the Dragon Lady

George Hartley is high on the list of England s most eligible bachelors: he s young, single, gorgeous -- and, as the 19th Earl of Ponsford, lives in a castle. Granted, the castle has seen better days . . . but nights with the Earl are what LA TV producer Maxine Larraby keeps thinking about . . .

Nights Round Arthur s Table

Seattle thriller author Meg Stanton desperately needs a quiet place to work. Stag Cottage in the English countryside is perfect . . . until she meets local pub owner Arthur Denby. He s as dark and brooding as one of her imaginary villains, and Meg always falls for her villains. But there s nothing imaginary about the things Arthur does to her after last call . . .

Union Jack

Former head chef and current love cynic Rachel Larraby can t believe she got dragged across the pond for a catering job. Weddings -- ugh, she s had enough personal experience, thanks. And though recurring best man Jack Flynt is quite smashing, she can keep it to just a steamy fling. Until this very bad bloke starts looking at her with those forever eyes . . .

 

About Nancy Warren

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Nancy Warren is the author of twenty-five romantic novels and novellas. Nancy has an honor's degree in English literature and lives in Vancouver, British Columbia, where she enjoys cooking, antique auctions, and skiing. Readers can visit her on the web at www.nancywarren.net.
 
Published January 1, 2006 by Kensington Pu. 324 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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