“ I plan to revisit this story for years to come.” 
--Heather Stanton, 
All About Romance

Practically Wicked
Alissa Johnson lives in the rolling hills of the Ozarks, where she is hard at work on her next romance.
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“Johnson  returns to her Scottish Society setting. . .to delight readers once  again with gentle wit, graceful writing, and a sensible and spirited  heroine.” 
--Publishers Weekly.
"Charming and funny with a to-die-for hero!" --Jennifer Ashley, USA Today Bestselling author

An Unexpected Gentleman
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     Adelaide Ward has but one goal-to obtain an offer of marriage from the  respectable, if unappealing, Baron Maxwell. But it's the devilishly  handsome Connor Brice who captures her imagination-and a kiss in broad  daylight-in front of a dozen members of the ton. Now Adelaide must  decide if the charming scoundrel who stole away her reputation might  still be trusted with her heart.
For some, virtue is a vice
As the illegitimate daughter of a scandalous woman, Miss Anna Ward is almost as well known for having been raised in the hedonistic demimonde as she is for her implacable resolve to abstain from all the fun. Quiet and reserved, Anna wants nothing more than to leave behind her mother’s wicked world of rakes and courtesans for a life of respectable obscurity. But she may need to rethink her dream if it means leaving behind the handsome, charming and decidedly wicked Lord Dane.  If only she could convince him to join her in search for respectability. . . 

For him, vice is a virtue

Viscount Maximilian Dane is perfectly content with his reputation as a disreputable rake. After years of following the dictates of proper society--with disastrous results--he left behind the ton’s ridiculous rules, and he sees no reason to begin courting respectability anew. Except that it may be the only way for him to win the lovely and fascinating Miss Anna Rees—if only he could convince her that the grass is greener on the wicked side of the fence. . .