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The last of three sisters to marry, Lady Rose Ashcroft is determined to land a wealthy, titled husband—a marquess perhaps, or even a duke. Having had her heart broken in the past, she's decided the key to enticing a man lies in hiding her intelligence and academic interests while flaunting her more feminine qualities. Matchmaking mother in tow and strategy firmly in place, Rose heads off to Charles II's court to find love...
And runs smack dab into Christopher "Kit" Martyn, the one man who could ruin all her plans. Kit is a dashing, successful commoner with his sights set on landing the post of official Royal Architect—and he's the only man Rose feels she can honestly talk to about anything. Kit knows the true Rose, and he wants her, but she thinks of him as a family friend. Can he convince her that a title is unimportant compared to the love he knows they're destined to share?
The Marquess of Cainewood and his siblings are eminent members of King Charles II’s merry English court. But Jason, Colin, Kendra, and Ford are also family—which means they’re loud, argumentative, and always meddling in each other’s lives. As the four Chases find their own happily ever afters, they help and hinder one another through the ups and downs of first loves that just might last forever…
This wonderful conclusion to the Flower series is as charming and
engaging as Royal's other romances. She portrays the 17th century and Charles
II's colorful reign with a deft hand, filling the pages with the history and
atmosphere of the era. Relax, enjoy, and delight in another luscious tale.
—Kathe Robin, Romantic Times BOOKclub
Be good to yourself and take this title home as soon as it hits the
—Carol Carter, Romance Reviews Today
Bringing her Ashcroft sisters series to a delightful close, Royal vividly
details the seductively glamorous court of Charles II.
—John Charles, Booklist (American Library Association)
…full of wit and sensuality, a thoroughly engaging read.
—Lea Moyer, Romance and Friends
A fun, romantic stroll…exemplary details of the period, interesting
and unusual habits among the elite, and a tempting romance to heat up the
—Cheré Coen, The Bakersfield Californian
Rose is a charming book…you will find yourself giggling,
worrying and laughing out loud.
—AOL Romance Fiction Forum
If you enjoy reading historicals about kings and castles and noblemen, this
book is a must for your reading list.
—Sherri Myers, RomanceJunkies.com
…a fun, educational and spirited romp into another time.
—Deb Moores, HistoricalRomanceWriters.com