To Lust for a Lord
Be careful what you lust for…
A marriage of convenience
The only thing that hopeless wallflower Katherine Philippa has ever wanted out of a marriage is love.
In the arms of Viscount Burkhalter, she believes she has finally found her happy-ever-after.
But Katherine’s dreams of a fairytale romance come crashing down when she discovers the truth:
The man she loves sees her as nothing more than a marriage of convenience.
He married the good girl…
Lawrence Burkhalter prides himself on his cool restraint, but Katherine refuses to live the rest of her life in a cold bed and an empty marriage.
Determined to shed her wallflower ways, Katherine secretly studies a book on the ancient art of seduction.
…but this good girl is about to go bad.
When his timid bride transforms into a bewitching goddess, Lawrence is confused.
Katherine’s newfound, feminine charms threaten to bring steely-and-stubborn Lawrence to his knees.
But can she drive him wild with desire…before the clock strikes midnight?
Hi, I’m Rachel Brewster!
Historical Regency Romance Author
Did you fall in love with Regency romance novels as a little girl?
Growing up, I admired authors like Julia Quinn or Julie Garwood. To this day, reading their romance novels makes me feel like I’m falling in love again…and again…and again.
That’s the kind of story I want to give you.
But I know that I’m not Julia Quinn or Julie Garwood.
And I know it’s tough to trust a new author. A new voice.
Which is why I’m giving away my debut novel for free on my website.
I hope that you read “To Lust for a Lord.” I hope you read my future books.
And I hope you fall in love again…and again…and again.
Read a Steamy Sneak Peek
Jessica had intended for the words to sound like a command, but they came out like a strangled plea.
“You are in no position to be making demands,” Andrew said.
Andrew slipped the key back in his pocket, his eyes never leaving hers.
She was trapped in his cabin.
There was nowhere to run. Nowhere to hide.
His ferocious gaze pinned her in place.
She licked her lips nervously.
His eyes darkened.
“I may have saved you from the sea,” he said. “But nothing will save you from me…”