#AtoZChallenge: Taming a Wild Earl
This post is part of a month-long blogging challenge. The challenge is to start the month with the letter A and end the month on the letter Z. I’ve chosen the same theme that I used last year, Books from my TBR. I have over 15K books in my TBR. Let’s explore some of those.
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Taming a Wild Earl
by Grace Sellers
Genre: Clean, Regency Romance
Publication Date: March 2, 2018
She prefers horses to heirs...
Amelia West, the highly independent daughter of a penniless gentleman, has no use for London society and the superficial cruelty of the marriage market. She prefers to spend her time on the estate of the Earl of Croftridge in rural Yorkshire, where she grew up, and which she’s managed since her father’s death. The current Earl is pursuing a life of dissipation in the city, leaving Amelia free to do as she pleases -- and it pleases her greatly to help the less fortunate and rescue neglected animals.
He’s chosen devilry over duty...
Haunted by his brother’s death, John Mowbray does his best to numb the pain with liquor, gaming, and women. He doesn’t deserve to be the Earl, and would rather pretend he isn’t. Until, that is, he learns that his estate manager may be swindling him.
A meeting of the minds...
John can scarcely credit the temerity of the upstart young woman who’s taken over his manor. Amelia wishes the reprobate Earl would go back to London and leave her to her good works. Can they both learn to see past their prejudices for the good of the estate?
Grace Sellers is a writer, college instructor, lifelong animal lover, and pop culture geek living in Chicago. She is thrilled to have found a use for her love of period movies, history, and literature that doesn't involve lying on the couch and eating ice cream (not that there's anything wrong with that).
She has student loans (and degrees) from University of Wisconsin-Madison and lived there for many years. You can see pictures of her past and present pets on her Facebook page. A good portion of any income she earns will inevitably go to rescue animals. Please do not bring her any needy dogs, cats or horses.
Learn more at http://www.gracesellers.com