His Irish Eve

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About the author:
Regina Jeffers is an award-winning author of cozy mysteries, Austenesque sequels and retellings, and Regency era romances. A teacher for thirty-nine years, Jeffers often serves as a consultant for Language Arts and Media Literacy programs. The author of some 25 novels, Jeffers is a Time Warner Star Teacher and a Martha Holden Jennings Scholar. Regina spends her free time in her garden and enjoying her grand"joys."

His Irish Eve

Authored by Regina Jeffers

When the Earl of Greenwall demands his only son, ADAM LAWRENCE, Viscount Stafford, retrieve the viscount's by-blow, everything in Lawrence's life changes. Six years prior, Stafford released his mistress, Cathleen Donnell, from his protection, only to learn after all the years that Cathleen was with child when she returned to her family. Adam arrives in Cheshire to discover not only the son of which Greenwall wished to claim, but also two daughters, as well as a strong-minded woman, who fascinates Stafford from the moment of their first encounter.

AOIFE KENNICE, the children's cousin and caregiver, appears impervious to Stafford's masculine charms and his reputation as one of England's most infamous rakes. In truth, Aoife is not as immune as she pretends; rather, she cannot imagine herself as the object of more than a flirtation on the part of the viscount. On balance, they are worlds apart: Aoife is the daughter of a minor Irish baron and the opposite of her beautiful cousin Cathleen, who possessed the type of skills to lure in a handsome viscount. To make matters worse, Aoife maintains the family's sheep farm to support Stafford's family. A lady, Aoife is not.

Set against the backdrop of the early radicalism of the Industrial Revolution and the Peterloo Massacre, a battle begins: A fight Adam must win-a fight for the heart of a woman worth knowing, his Irish Eve.

Publication Date:
1512169773 / 9781512169775
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Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
5.5" x 8.5"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / Romance / Regency

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