Nowhere Near Respectable

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Part of the Lost Lords series, Nowhere Near Respectable mixes romance and Regency history in equal measure and produces a riveting story. Lady Kiri Lawford, like her brother the duke of Ashton, is of English and Indian blood, fitting into both worlds – and neither. Damian “Mac” Mackenzie is the owner of an exclusive gambling establishment and the son an English lord, albeit one born on the wrong side of the blanket. When Kiri is captured by smugglers, Mac buys her freedom from them – the same men who supply spirits to his club. But Kiri is no wilting flower; she is a woman trained in the fighting arts of India and an expert perfumier with a nose for trouble.

The attempted kidnapping from Mac’s club of Princess Charlotte, the prince regent’s only child, sets off a string of adventures that end in the hallowed halls of Westminster. Mac and Kiri team up to investigate a plot against the royal family. Can Mac and Kiri prevent the assassination of the royals and the peers of the realm? Will Mac be found worthy of Kiri’s hand? Will true love prevail?

To discover the answers to those questions read Nowhere Near Respectable. You’ll enjoy the wild ride.

 

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Century

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(US) 9781420117226

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373

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