Tag: Heist

The Perks of Loving a Wallflower

The Wild Wynchesters series #2: THE PERKS OF LOVING A WALLFLOWER Fans of Bridgerton will love this “delightful” Regency romp (Julia Quinn) in which a proper Society miss recruits a very improper lady grifter in a quest for vengeance, and finds love instead. As a master of disguise, Thomasina Wynchester can be a proper young…

The Rake Mistake

A Wild Wynchesters Caper (Heist Club #1) THE RAKE MISTAKE A Regency-set comedic caper featuring a book club of meddling spinsters and an assist by a very good dog. The closest Miss Philippa York has ever come to adventure is her Thursday afternoon reading circle with her fellow bluestockings of the beau monde. That is,…

The Governess Gambit

The Wild Wynchesters series #0.5: THE Governess Gambit An exciting prequel to THE DUKE HEIST. Years ago, Chloe Wynchester and five other uniquely talented orphans were adopted by a wealthy baron with a secret mission: The motley Wynchester family fights for justice from the margins of high society. And the handsome, clever duke Chloe has…

The Duke Heist

The Wild Wynchesters series #1: THE DUKE HEIST A secret identities, forbidden love, opposites attract romance from a New York Times bestselling author: Why seduce a duke the normal way, when you can accidentally kidnap one in an elaborately planned heist? Chloe Wynchester is completely forgettable—a curse that gives her the ability to blend into…

Wild Wynchesters

Meet the Wild Wynchesters, a fun-loving, caper-committing family of close-knit siblings finding love—and adventure!—in Regency England. Join the fun in THE DUKE HEIST, the first Wild Wynchester historical romance novel!

Lord of Night

Unlike proper debutantes, Miss Dahlia Grenville is secretly Robin Hood in a bonnet. Her home for wayward girls has too many dependents and not enough donations. But just as she’s about to pull off the heist of the Season, she tumbles straight into the arms of the handsome detective who has sworn to deliver Mayfair’s…

Erica Ridley
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