Lord of the Rakes

All of London knows Phillip Montcalm’s name. It’s on the lips of a different lady every night…

So it’s no wonder he’s called the Lord of the Rakes. Talk of his prowess as a lover and his ingenuity in the bedroom are enough to make even the most prudish of ladies succumb to temptation. But as of late, Phillip has found himself a bit bored. Until he sets his eyes on a fiery newcomer.

Gorgeous heiress Lady Caroline Delamarre is new to independence and London and ready to make the most of her life. When Phillip meets her gaze, she knows the perfect place to start: in his arms ?and in his bed. But what begins as a long night of breathtaking passion leads to more than the two bargained for. Haunted by troubled pasts and inescapable family entanglements, each of them must decide if they can risk a gamble on what might be true love.

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"Wilde’s strong and spicy debut reveals the vulnerability of the Regency era’s women...the allure of sensual encounters is enhanced by the great depth of emotions revealed by these expertly crafted and unforgettable characters."

—Publisher's Weekly

"Wilde introduces readers to unforgettable characters who move through the plot perfectly...This isn’t for the faint of heart, but instead for those adventurous readers who savor the explicit. Wilde has a bright future."

—RT Book Reviews