Winning Lord West

All rakes are the same! Except when they’re not…

Spirited Helena, Countess of Crewe, knows all about profligate rakes; she was married to one for 9 years and still bears the scars. Now this Dashing Widow plans a life of glorious freedom where she does just what she wishes – and nobody will ever hurt her again. So what is she to do when that handsome scoundrel Lord West sets out to make her his. More

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About Anna Campbell

Anna Campbell has written 10 multi award-winning historical romances for Grand Central Publishing and Avon HarperCollins and 22 bestselling independently published books. Anna has won numerous awards for her Regency-set stories including Romantic Times Reviewers Choice, the Booksellers Best, the Golden Quill (three times), the Heart of Excellence (twice), the Write Touch, the Aspen Gold (twice) and the Australian Romance Readers Association’s favorite historical romance (five times). Her books have three times been nominated for Romance Writers of America’s prestigious RITA Award and three times for Australia’s Romantic Book of the Year. Now that Anna has finished the “Dashing Widows” series, which started in 2015 with The Seduction of Lord Stone, she's working on The Likely Lairds, a series set in the beautiful Scottish Highlands. The series launched with The Laird's Willful Lass in August 2018 and continues in late 2018 with The Laird's Christmas Kiss. Anna lives on the beautiful east coast of Australia where she writes full-time.

About the Series: The Dashing Widows
Scandal is the new black! A sparkling 7-book series full of luscious love stories and Regency charm. You can buy the first six books in a bargain boxed set, while Lord Garson's Bride is a stand-alone full-length novel that brings the whole cycle to a sensual, romantic end.

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