About The Ruined Lady
Duty clashes with desire when Quincey agrees to give dowdy Felicity one night of passion.
Lady Felicity Merryweather knows her middling looks and fortune mean she is unlikely ever to marry. But before she settles into a life of dull spinsterhood, she wants one night of passion to remember – no strings attached, no questions asked and no regrets. Her only condition – that the man never ask her to marry him.
Who better to help her than her old friend Quincey, the Earl of Edenburgh? He reluctantly agrees to the tryst, only to find he craves more and more of Felicity’s mix of fiery passion and shyness. Their single meeting turns into a passionate affair.
When Quincey breaks his promise and proposes, Felicity is quick to refuse him, and decides to show London her true colors before she disappears from society.
Now, Felicity is the toast of town – vivacious, talkative and colorful, sought after by the best of hostesses and pursued by the most interesting of men.
But when one of her spurned swains schemes to ruin her reputation, she can turn to only one man to help her – the one man she has been trying her hardest to avoid – the Earl of Edenburgh.
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Bree Verity was raised on a diet of tea and crumpets, epic fantasy, old movies, swashbuckling adventures, traditional roles and musicals, it's no wonder she spends her days writing stories.
Some say she must have been a gypsy in another life, her thirst for travel is so deep.
But her wanderlust extends to other times as well – she'd love to visit the past. Or the future.
Since she is stuck here, she finds solace in reading novels that explore time slip and time travel, amongst others.
She shares her life with her long-suffering husband and her two rescue dogs, Millie and Boofie. She keeps it very quiet from them that she is equally as much a cat person.
When someone invents a way to inject tea directly into the veins, Bree will be the first in line to sign up.
Bree hopes you like what you read, but if not, then read what you like. Life is too short for crappy books.