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Regency fans can rejoice in a brand-new historical romance from Jane Ashford!
Pulled from his comfortable life in Boston by agents who insist he's the Earl of Ferrington, Jonathan Frederick Merrill—Jack to everyone else—arrives in London only to face a torrent of criticism from his great-grandmother. Angry and hurt, Jack resolves to have one look at his ancestral home, and then return to America.
Harriet Finch has been carried off to her wealthy grandfather's country house, where she's seething with rebellion. She spends her days pacing the grounds, fantasizing about a way to escape the life her grandfather has planned. There she meets an intriguing, handsome rogue. What better way to flout her grandfather's rules than to flirt with a stranger he would never approve of? But when she learns Jack's true identity, Harriet is stunned and furious at the deception! Her grandfather is delighted and insists she marry the new earl. Can Harriet accept Jack's promise to marry her when she wants nothing more than to be free, and is Jack willing to pay the price of nobility if it means he'll have to stay in England?
Fans of Bridgerton will love Jane Ashford's sparkling Regency romance:
"Filled with wit and charm."—Fresh Fiction for Nothing Like a Duke
"Humor, drama, mystery, romance, intrigue, and a surprising ending. I can't wait to read the other books in the series."—Harlequin Junkie Top Pick for How to Cross a Marquess