Barbara Dawson Smith Writing As Olivia Drake
Too Wicked to LoveHe is Ethan Sinclair, the Earle of Chasebourne, the most notorious rogue in all of England. She is Miss Jane Mayhew, the keen-witted spinster Ethan had never even noticed. But when Jane discovers his love child abandoned on her doorstep, she is determined to see him face responsibility.If it weren't for the baby she claims is his, Ethan would have nothing to do with her. The last thing he wants is to become involved with the prim and proper Jane. But sometimes, the last thing you want is the one thing you need.
|Publisher:||St. Martin's Press|
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About the Author
Olivia Drake is the author of Seducing the Heiress, Never Trust a Rogue, and Scandal of the Year. She has been a member of Romance Writers of America since 1981, and her novels have won the Golden Heart Award, Best Historical Romantic Suspense and Best Regency Historical from Romantic Times, and the prestigious RITA award. She lives in Houston, Texas.
Barbara Dawson Smith is the New York Times author of Seducing the Heiress, Tempt Me Twice, and Scandal of the Year. She has been a member of Romance Writers of America since 1981, and her novels have won the Golden Heart Award, Best Historical Romantic Suspense and Best Regency Historical from Romantic Times, and the prestigious RITA award. She lives in Houston, Texas.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
The sample book says this is about mental disorders. Please read before you buy. One star for the sample not the book the actual book is great.
It was pretty good. The charcters were a bit stereotypical, and I couldn't stand the hero's mother; but I loved the twist at the end. It wasn't something you see in a lot of historical romances.
I got so fed up w/the female lead's assumptions about the male lead & dont get me started on his selfish mother & her excuses for not being there for her children.
What is up with the sample it is all about mental disorders can't even tell if i want to buy the book without reading it some needs to fix this