Enchanting the Earl: Rebel Lords of London
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01/04/2022
"A Regency romance that makes you want more!" ~ author Kara O'Neal

Lights, too hot. Corset, too tight. It's all... too much. Her last thought before fainting at this all too attractive earl's feet.

Having a London Season is not all it's cracked up to be as Lady Lorelei quickly finds when attending her first ball. The lights are too hot, the corsets too tight. It's enough to make one faint.
Thorne Gray, the earl of Kimpton, has no interest in debutantes, but what the devil is he supposed to do when one swoons at his feet? Catches her before she hits the floor, of course. An intriguing performance to be sure.
But a scheming and powerful aunt determined to see her niece settled before her death, threatens Lorelei's opportunity to enchant the man of her choosing.

Praise for Enchanting the Earl
"A Regency romance that makes you want more!" ~ author Kara O'Neal "Sexy and exciting: Kathy L Wheeler tops smouldering romance with an intriguing mystery." ~Miranda Neville, Best Selling Author

Read the entire series:
Enchanting the Earl - Prequel to The Earl's Error
The Earl's Error - Lorelei and Thorne
The Marquis's Misstep - Ginny and Brock
The 7th Son - Peyton and Alistar
The Viscount's Vendetta - Maeve and Brandon
The Duke's Detour - Rebecca and Sebastian
Lady Felicity's Feud with Christmas (Regency Christmas Kisses) - Felicity and Noah
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