The Truth About Love and DukesPaperback - 2017
When his mother causes a huge scandal by eloping with an artist, Henry, Duke of Torquil, is determined to unmask the advice columnist he blames for the affair, but his plan backfires when he finds himself falling in love with her.
Dear Lady Truelove . . . I have fallen in love, truly and completely in love, for the first time. The man whom I hold in such passionate regard, however, is not of my station. He is a painter, a brilliant artist. Needless to say, my family would not approve . . .
Henry, Duke of Torquil, wouldn’t be caught reading the wildly popular “Dear Lady Truelove” column, but when its advice causes his mother to embark on a scandalous elopement, an outraged Henry decides the author of this tripe must be stopped before she can ruin any more lives. Though Lady Truelove’s identity is a closely guarded secret, Henry has reason to suspect the publisher of the notorious column, beautiful and provoking Irene Deverill, is also its author.
For Irene, it’s easy to advise others to surrender to passion, but when she meets the Duke of Torquil, she soon learns that passion comes at a price. When one impulsive, spur-of-the-moment kiss pulls her into a scorching affair with Henry, it could destroy her beloved newspaper, her career, and her independence. But in the duke’s arms, surrender is so, so sweet . . .
When his mother elopes after receiving advice from columnist Lady Truelove, causing a huge scandal, Henry, Duke of Torquil, is determined to expose the author’s true identity before she can ruin any more lives, but his plan backfires when he, instead, embarks on an affair with the beauty. By a USA Today best-selling author. Original. 150,000 first printing.