Save the Last Dance for Me

Book 1 in the Maitland Maidens series.

Mr. Benedict Grey is the only heir to a long-standing title, and he knows his duty: find a suitable girl, get married, secure the succession beyond himself. But if a gentleman could be called a wallflower, Benedict would fit the description perfectly. And for the past six years, he’s been out of Society more than he’s been in it. How will he find a woman to wed and bed when he can barely converse with the ladies of the ton?

Lady Honoria Maitland has promised her dying father that, before he breathes his last, she would find a husband to take care of her. But she wants a gentleman that loves her, not her dowry or her name. When she reunites with her old friend Benedict, she proposes a plan that will help them both: a faux courtship and betrothal. She can teach him how to woo a woman and simultaneously ease her father’s last days. But Self-e lableHonoria’s clever plan failed to account for Benedict’s heart…or her own. Is she strong enough to bear the loss of her father and her friend?

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“Lee’s charming historical romance of an innocent scheme gone awry is a short read, perfect for curling up with on a Sunday afternoon.”  –Kate DiGirolomo, Library Journal   (You can read the full review here.)

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**Previous published in the anthology Sweet Summer Kisses***

 

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2 thoughts on “Save the Last Dance for Me”

  1. This is on my priority reading list, Cora.

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