Published by WebMotion on March 21st 2017
Genres: Historical, Romance
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When the new earl inherits, poor relation Miss Rebecca Bond must wed immediately or be out on her ear. The only man she’s ever loved is summoned to hear the will—but he already rejected her so soundly that they haven’t spoken in years. Yet who better than a rakish Viscount to teach her how to snare a gentleman who appreciates her charms?
Daniel Goodenham, Lord North Barrows, regrets nothing more than the lost friendship with the one woman who treated him like a man, not a title. Fate has given him the perfect pretext to win her forgiveness—even if it means having to matchmake her to someone else. But now that she's back in his life, he’ll do anything to convince her to choose him instead...
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Miss Rebecca Bond is like a ghost in the home of her great uncle. She rarely sees the old man or the servants. When her uncle dies and his heir becomes the new Earl, her last resort is to marry as fast as possible.
When Daniel Goodenham, Lord North Barrows, learns of the Earl’s death and is summoned for the reading of his will, he knows this is his chance to make right his horrid wrong committed against Rebecca. Once reacquainted, Daniel agrees to help Rebecca prepare herself to go husband hunting.
I never imagined I could be so enthralled in a book with only two characters. While there are many minor characters, Rebecca and Daniel are in a world of their own throughout the entire tale. Games, adventures, and getting swept up in a maze are only a few of the sweet moments Ridley devises for our couple to fall in love. Along with witty dialogue and a beautiful narrative, Romancing the Rouge is the perfect story to spend an afternoon devouring.