Raleigh Hadn't Gambled On Finding A Virgin In His Bed—
but when he awoke next to Jane Trowbridge, he knew all bets for bachelorhood were off. Now, instead of a love match, he'd gotten a sparring partner.
Jane had never imagined herself anyone's lawfully wedded wife, and now ironic fate had bound her to a hedonistic viscount who was a Tulip of the Ton. Still, could a man who only pursued pleasure find any pleasure pursuing her? And could she restrain her maidenly blushes long enough to let him…?
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Jane begins to realize that Raleigh is more than just a pretty face, while Raleigh grows more and more charmed with Jane - at one point he compares her to an apple pastry - flaky and tart on the outside and warm and sweet on the inside (Raleigh just loves food).| Read Full Review of The Last Rogue
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