I’ve teased and tortured us all long enough. Miss Rosemary Randall finally makes her debut in Hunting the Hero but as many of you might have read already, the woman is playing a part to avoid being found by her family. My honestly dishonest heroine lies about her identity to everyone she meets and offers no apology for the confusion she causes my hero. I’ve never had more fun writing a heroine.
She can lose her birthright, but not her heart!
Meredith Clark wants no part of her long-ago identity as Rosemary Randall. She’s created a more exciting life as the courtesan, Calista, and her newest lover is both intriguing and rugged enough to capture her fancy. But the widowed Earl of Grayling craves more than this woman’s dazzling intelligence and fiery passion. He wants her as his mistress, and if she won’t agree to that, he’ll settle for taking her home as his daughters’ governess.
Determined never to be tied down to one person or place, Meredith prepares to run again. Yet something deep inside her yearns to stay — until she discovers Constantine’s real identity. Now she’s faced with the hardest choice of her life. Should she trust the man she’s coming to love with the secrets of her past, or flee to save them both from an even greater heartbreak?
Hunting the Hero is the final sizzling regency romance novel in the Wild Randalls series — available in print and digital editions everywhere.
To read the first few pages go here, but if you want the story now here are the links to buy from your favorite retailers (provided it’s the first where you are of course:
If you pick it up, feel free to contact me and let me know what you think. And if you take the time to leave a review at Amazon, Goodreads or Apple, I always appreciate the time it takes for readers to do that.