White Roses and Starlight by Rhonda Woodward

No critic rating

Waiting for minimum critic reviews

See Reader Rating


A brand new and original Signet Regency Romance from InterMix by award-winning author Rhonda Woodward—the story of a woman whose heart has been captured by two men…

The small, provincial town of Parsley Hay is ready for a new era of excitement when a group of notorious rakehells arrive to enjoy the hunting season. Luckily, Miss Marina Buckleigh prides herself in the sound judgment her father Lord Buckleigh so heavily favors and knows to keep her emotions guarded around these men. She is nothing like her sister, Deirdre or the other ladies in the town, who swoon at the slightest glimpse of a man.

And swoon they do, because among the group is Lord Fitzhugh Cortland, a Marquis with the most rakish reputation of them all—and an animalistic attractiveness to boot. But Miss Marina remains unaffected by his good looks. She has her eyes set on the blond Adonis Mr. Sefton, who whisked her off in the most scandalous—but very secret—moonlit waltz. But when dark secrets from the past emerge in secluded gardens, Marina can’t help but wonder to whom does her heart truly belong?


About Rhonda Woodward

See more books from this Author
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 May 21, 2013 by InterMix. 227 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, History. Fiction

Reader Rating for White Roses and Starlight

An aggregated and normalized score based on 6 user ratings from iDreamBooks & iTunes

Rate this book!

Add Review