The Greatest Lover Ever

The Greatest Lover Ever

Christina Brooke

Beautiful, exuberant, and obdurate Georgiana Black has extra spirit than sense―which she learns whilst an ultimatum to the Earl of Beckenham at a London ball ends their engagement. Six years later, Georgie is much less involved in drawing close spinsterhood than with ensuring her younger sister does not make an identical error she did. yet quickly Georgie stumbles right into a scandalous come upon without any except her former fiancé. Beckenham continues to be breathtakingly desirable―and as iron-willed as ever...
Beckenham's short engagement to Georgie taught him one thing―when it involves a spouse, he desires a girl who will do her responsibility and reason no difficulty. while the fiery Georgie falls abruptly into his palms, Beckenham recalls simply how lushly delectable she is. without notice, the assumption of truly marrying Georgie is impossible to resist. In The maximum Lover Ever, convincing her will take greater than an easy inspiration, even if. Georgie and Beckenham ultimately have a moment probability at love. yet in a conflict of wills, can ardour overcome pride?

Christina Brooke's novels of ancient romance are:

"Enchanting."―RT booklet Reviews

"Captivating!"Night Owl Romance

"Each…more sensual and passionate than the last."―Publishers Weekly

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