Katherine Peters had loved Richmond's most notorious scoundrel -
and lost. She vowed to forget Tanner Barkley. And deny the ache in her heart.
between the devil and desire.
Tanner Barkley rejected a banking fortune for the newspaper
business. He hadn't planned on falling in love with the one person who held the
key to the most important story of his career.
Katherine's disdain is no match for Tanner's persuasive charm.
Or the love neither can deny.
"A bad boy...and a lively, independent woman. An excellent sequel!"
--All Romance Bookstore Reviews
"This story packs a lot of heat."
--Reviewer Jill Nicholson
"Sassy dialogue! A charming story."
When I finished TO SEDUCE A ROGUE, I really had this great feeling about Adam Chase's best friend, Tanner Barkley. A bit cynical, secretive, sexy, in other words, the perfect hero! And who better to pair him with than the daughter of Charlie's somber chaperone in ROGUE? No daughter of such a severe woman could suffer fools easily.
And we all know how foolish a man in love can act.
Then my editor invited me to participate in a Christmas anthology and TO DESIRE A SCOUNDREL was born.
Katherine Peters is made for Tanner, and for the first time, I wrote about a hero who realizes this simple fact before the heroine! (If you recall, in ROGUE, Adam is clueless until nearly the end. Even Tanner tries to tell him the error of his ways. How sad is that?)
I hope you enjoy this holiday novella as much as I enjoyed writing it.