The Wonder of Love (The Book of Love 11)
She was in danger. He meant to protect her. But could he protect his heart? More Regency fun as The Book of Love brings together two reluctant hearts.
More Regency fun as The Book of Love brings together two reluctant hearts.
Willow Farthingale never meant to punch Taunton’s magistrate, Shayne Brayden, in the nose. And she certainly did not set the fire that destroyed the coaching inn’s carriage house the very morning she was to leave for London and her society debut. But she might have seen who did, and now the handsome magistrate is not letting her out of his protection until the culprits are safely rounded up. Well, if he’s going to hold her in town under his watchful eye, then she may as well use the time productively and test out those love recipes in The Book of Love on him.
Shayne Brayden knew the fiery-haired Willow was trouble the moment he set eyes on her, but if she had seen the villains who set the carriage house fire, then it was possible they’d also seen her. He did not care how irritating she was, or how desperately he wanted to kiss her, he was going to do his duty and protect her.
But how was he to protect his heart, especially when she was toting that book on love around, and its ‘recipes’ seemed to be working on him?
The Book of Love
Book 1 – The Look of Love
Book 2 – The Touch of Love
Book 3 – The Taste of Love
Book 3.5 – The Hope of Love – Novella
Book 4 – The Song of Love
Book 5 – The Scent of Love
Book 6 – The Kiss of Love
Book 7 – The Chance of Love
Book 8 – The Gift of Love
Book 9 – The Heart of Love
Book 10 – The Promise of Love
Book 11 – The Wonder of Love