The Secret Diary of Lady Catherine Bexley
married men older than themselves and I really wanted the differences in attitude and understandings to be the main source of angst between my hero and his heroine. Lord Bexley
insists on treating his young wife like the ‘lady’ she is, but there’s a problem. Catherine doesn’t want to be treated like a ‘lady’ she wants to be treated like a woman instead! It isn’t the worldly Lord corrupting the young innocent wife in this book. No, Catherine Bexley has to use
all her wits to get Lord Joseph to give her what she truly wants. It’s this conflict and the unusual interplay between my characters that I think makes Lord Joseph Bexley a truly unique and fascinating hero.
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Lady Catherine Bexley is new to marriage and the marriage bed, but surely there must
be more to it than this? Her husband is proper and perfunctory — treating her with careful respect but leaving her aching for more.
When she witnesses a gentleman disciplining a maid at a house party, the ache explodes into ravenous desire. She finds herself no longer willing to wait for her husband’s stiff and passionless attentions — and soon develops a naughty plan to finally get what she wants.
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Due for release 1st July 2013