The Raven Prince by Elizabeth Hoyt
(Princes Trilogy)

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There comes a time in a womanrsquo;s life when she must do the unthinkable - and find employment. For the widowed Anna Wren, that means taking a job as female secretary for the Earl of Swartingham. Secretaries are always male - never female - as Anna well knows but the real downfall of her career is the realisation that she is falling in love with Edward de Raaf - the Earl. But when she realises that he is going to visit a brothel in London to take care of his 'manly' desires, Anna sees red - and decides to take advantage of the opportunity to also take care of her 'womanly' desires - with the Earl as her unknowing lover. But the Earl has another reason for going to London. He is formalising his betrothal and trying (with little success) to forget about a secretary that has no right being female. Unhandsome, he knows that no woman wants him. Except for the mysterious lady with whom he spent two unforgettable nights at Aphroditersquo;s Grotto, the most scandalous brothel in London. But when Annarsquo;s plan is revealed, a bit of blackmail is thrown into the mix, a proposal is rejected and even the Earl himself will be unprepared for the intrigues that ensnare them.
 

About Elizabeth Hoyt

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Elizabeth Hoyt lives in central Illinois with three untrained dogs, two angelic, but bickering children, and one long-suffering husband.
 
Published November 1, 2006 by Forever. 385 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction, Erotica. Fiction

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The turning point in the relationship comes when Edward decides to journey to London for “business.” Anna knows he is actually visiting a high class brothel to work off his attraction to her and she won’t stand for it.

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The Raven Prince, The Leopard Prince, and The Serpent Prince revolve around three disparate men who have become friends through a shared interest in horticulture (which provides no end of amusement to the heroines and other characters), and the three courageous women who come to love them.

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