Even Society’s most scandalous writer couldn’t have predicted this.
The Ladies Book of Pleasures, now credited with two marriages and countless other affairs and liaisons, has Society all aflutter. The one person not benefitting from its scandalous advice? The author herself.
From the safety of her anonymity, Lady Grace Hollis, Duchess of Jameswood, enjoys the blissful results of her handiwork—and pretends she does not miss the passionate proclivities she penned. But when her handsome editor begins making the rounds of Society parties, she wonders how long her secret will be safe.
Connor Sheridan wants—needs—to know the answer to the one burning question on everyone’s lips: the mystery writer’s identity. And it’s not just because their correspondence, delivered via untraceable couriers, have made him smile, frown, or imagine her engaged in erotic escapades—with him.
Other letters have begun landing on his desk, letters written by a decidedly unfriendly hand. And though it may well threaten her reputation, the safest place for her could very well be his arms. Whether she likes it or not.
The Ladies Book of Pleasures, Book 3