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Entranced by the Earl (The Perks of Being an Heiress Book 2)

Sometimes love is hiding in the unlikeliest of earls…

Sometimes love is hiding in the unlikeliest of earls…

Evelyn Thorncroft wants to marry a duke, but she’ll settle for an earl. The Earl of Hawkridge, to be precise. The only problem? Weston cannot stand the sight of her. At least, that’s what he says. Their passionate kisses, however, tell a very different story…

From the first moment he sees Evie across a crowded ballroom, Weston desires her. The dark-haired American is beautiful, intelligent, and charming. The only problem? She’s a money-grubbing hoyden after his family’s fortune. At least, that’s what Weston tells himself. His heart, however, tells a very different story…

Trapped under the same roof during a house party, Evie and Weston struggle to control their blistering chemistry. Neither are looking for love, and past hurts have made them far too cynical to believe in happily-ever-after.

But when two wounded hearts (and an orphaned lamb) are involved, anything is possible…including true love.

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About the Book
Series: Perks of Being an Heiress, Book 2
Genre: Regency Romance
Tag: Dragonblade Original
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Jillian Eaton

Jillian Eaton grew up in Maine and now lives in Pennsylvania on a farmette with her husband and their three boys. They share the farm with a cattle dog, an old draft mule, a thoroughbred, and a mini-donkey — all rescues. When she isn’t writing, Jillian enjoys spending time with her animals, gardening, reading, and going on long walks with her family.

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