About the Book
To live happily ever after…
Henry St. Giles, the Earl of Cravenswood, longs to find his soul mate. Now that his two best friends, both reformed rakes, are happily married, the need becomes an obsession. When they challenge him to find a wife by the end of the season or marry his neighbor, the innocently alluring Lady Amy Shipton, he can’t believe his luck. He wins, either way. But a darkened garden, a case of mistaken identity, a drunken kiss, and a dropped emerald earring, leads Henry on a Cinderella hunt. He knows the woman he held in his arms could be the one he’s searched for all his life. He just has to find her.
Lady Amy Shipton is determined to marry for love instead of sharing her husband like her mother did. So why did she let her handsome neighbor and romantic fantasy, the Sinful Saint as he’s called for his bedroom prowess, seduce her in his garden? And what can she do when in the middle of their passionate encounter; he whispers another woman’s name. Now Henry is hunting the owner of the earring Amy left behind, and she’s determined to retrieve it before her identity is revealed. She’s not about to give her father the ammunition he desperately wants to force her down the aisle.
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“To Challenge The Earl Of Cravenswood is an outstanding historical romance by Bronwen Evans. Ms. Evans has once again delivered a book that is well-written and loaded with amazing characters. It’s also hard to put down once you start it.”
– A Reader
“Bronwen Evans can write a delicious love story, and this one did not disappoint. The chemistry between Amy and Henry, the Earl of Cravenswood sizzled, and the dialogue between the two was delightful. The need for trust in a relationship, especially marriage, was made evident in this story and was the hardest hurdle for the couple to reach their HEA. I’m glad that they persisted. A delightful read!”
– A Reader
“I highly recommend this book to all those avid readers of Historical Romance. It is fast-paced, beautifully written, and more importantly a vessel that transports you to another time and place. Thank you Ms. Evans for a most enjoyable trip.”
– A Reader
The DetailsPublished: January 5, 2014
Publisher: Bronwen Evans
Genres & Tropes
Regency Romance, Historical Romance, Passionate Romance, Sensual Romance