After so many Christmas historical romances, it’s almost (!) a relief to be launching a new series!

I asked many of my readers what sort of books they’d like me to write next, and I heard the same thing over and over again: they loved dukes. They loved danger. They loved smart heroines who sometimes knew just as much, or even more, than their hero.

And so that’s precisely what I’ve done.

DUKES IN DANGER is a series that follows dukes who don’t behave like dukes should. They love danger, aren’t afraid of enemies, and are singlemindedly focused on–what, who is that? She’s so beautiful…

I adored writing this series opener, packed full of punches, sensuality, and of course, a duke in disguise…

Lawrence, Duke of Penshaw, is undercover and getting punched on a daily basis.

Devastated by the murder of his brother by a traitor to the Crown, Lawrence agrees to leave his identity as Duke behind to go undercover at an illegal boxing ring in London. He’s waiting for the killer to return from France, and absolutely must not get distracted. Especially by a beauty from Society who absolutely should not be here.

Julia Dryden knows her mother would be scandalized by her presence at the boxing matches—it flies in the face of their agreement for her to choose a husband by Easter. After all, she isn’t getting any younger.

But her eye is caught by a tall, handsome man who gives everything in the ring and seems to have no fear of danger.
From two different worlds—but not the ones she thinks—Julia has no idea the man she’s falling in love with is not a common rogue.

And Lawrence has to keep it that way for if he loses focus, just for a moment, he may lose everything.

The chance to catch a killer, put a traitor behind bars, revenge his brother…and Julia’s heart.

This full length novel is a steamy Regency romance with a happily ever after, no cliffhangers, and is part of a series that can be read in any order.

Free in Kindle Unlimited!

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