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A woman of pristine breeding, Lady Rosalind Devine is also an unrepentant meddler and snoop which is why her brother refuses to leave her to her own devices while on his wedding trip. But Rosalind will not make things easy for any unseen, unwanted nursemaidand vows to use her considerable wiles to expose her mystery guardian.
Nicholas Kincaid, the Marquess of Winterbourne, agreed to secretly guard his friends spoiled, stubborn sister, though her infuriating penchant for mischief is causing him to question his decision. Though bound by the rules of societyand friendship Rosalinds spirit and sensuality have sparked a fierce desire in Nicholas to play a very different role in her life, one that entails passion, ecstasy . . . and unavoidable scandal.
About the Author
At eight years old, Olivia Parker wrote her first romance with a fat red marker. It made one's eyes hurt to read it, but it did have a tortured hero. Since then, she's dedicated her efforts to improving her craft (now using pencils) and divides her time among her love of writing, reading, and relaxing with her family. She currently resides in northern Ohio with her husband, three children, a border collie, and a cockatiel, who eats a worrisome amount of popcorn.
Praise for Guarding a Notorious Lady…
“Parker’s third entertaining story is a joyous tale that will light up your day. The author uses humor to spice up a battle-of-wills plotline an dadds a cast of likable characters an dplenty of wild escapades and witty repartee. This is pure fun and pleasure.” -RT Book Reviews