Lady Emma's Dilemma by Rhonda Woodward
Signet Regency Romance (InterMix)

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Rhonda Woodward brings “writing that shines” (All About Romance) to a Signet Regency Romance classic…

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A lady forgives…but can she forget?

What a dreadful misfortune that Lady Emmaline Fallbrook’s grand return to London is spoiled by a sighting of Jack Devreux. He was the cad who endangered her reputation one impetuous night thirteen years ago and abandoned her. She is over him certainly, so hang the man—and the memories! But for someone who doesn't deserve a second thought, why is he consuming Emma’s every thought?

Baron Devreux is outraged. The unforgettable beauty who humiliated him on the most important night of his life is back, but why? The answers come under moonlight, with the promise of a little mischief and the unraveling of a soul-wrenching misunderstanding that could save two hearts from making the same mistake again…


Don’t miss other Signet Regency Romances by Rhonda Woodward: Moonlight and Mischief, A Hint of Scandal, A Spinster’s Luck, and The Wagered Heart.
 

About Rhonda Woodward

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Receiving an A for writing her first complete fiction story in the third grade was the impetus for Rhonda Woodward's lifelong dream to become an author. A native of Arizona, Rhonda has lived in Phoenix most of her life, often finding inspiration for her work in the serenity of the Sonoran Desert. Rhonda-who lives with her husband, William, and their little dog, Vivian-is an avid student of the evolution of etiquette, and when not writing or hiking, she attempts to grow orchids in the desert. Her future plans include completing many more Regency romance novels.
 
Published March 19, 2013 by InterMix. 224 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, History. Fiction

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