Jane has been thoroughly prepared for her first, London season. Her aunt has told her of all the trouble that a girl may get into and how to avoid that nastiness entirely. So how on Earth does she find herself whisked away from the main ballroom, meeting Lord Brisby in secret, and getting into a most compromising predicament? The scandal that erupts from the impromptu rendezvous will haunt her, nearly ruining her life.
Rebecca Dash discovered her passion for writing at an early age, and has experimented with short stories, novels, and poems. She now spends every moment she can creating fiction about her favorite subject - Dashing dukes, romantic earls, and rogues with a heart of gold.
She enjoys writing Regency Romance featuring spunky heroines, the aristocrats who love them, and hard earned happily ever afters.
Rebecca currently lives in New York City and can be found in random locations, lit by the glow of her laptop, with a strong cup of coffee by her side.
Books by Rebecca Dash
They stand before a vicar as the ceremony proceeds. Diana’s parents have arranged for her to marry the Duke of Rothford. What should be the happiest day of her life goes by in a blur. It isn’t until afterwards, when the newlyweds are alone together, that she realizes what it means to be married to a man she hardly knows. The silence is deafening. They have opposing views about life. The words ring in her ears… Till death us do part.
It’s very bright in the room when Susan finally opens her eyes. She has to lie there for a moment before remembering exactly where she is ... The duke’s estate! There was the ball the night before. The invitation to stay several days. And all that blasted punch. It tasted of fruit, but kicked like a mule, and had her more than a trifle disguised in no time at all. She has to go through the evening’s events in her mind to make sure nothing took place that would destroy her socially.
Joanna has never been so nervous at a formal dinner in her life. It’s not the pressure of maintaining perfect etiquette that’s bothering her. It’s that she wasn’t aware the Marquess of Ayle would be attending. It has been almost a year since they were parted, entirely against their own wishes. Their families have been in a bitter quarrel ever since his brother broke off an engagement with her sister, forever ruining her in society.