Tuesday, 4 July 2017

Introducing Three Weeks With A Princess by Vanessa Kelly...

The Improper Princesses—three young women descended from royalty, 

each bound for her own thrilling adventure . . .


Improper Princesses #2

Vanessa Kelly

Releasing June 27, 2017


In Vanessa Kelly s captivating series, three young women are descended from royalty in the most improper way. But that doesn’t stop them from pursuing lives rich in adventure.
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Lia Kincaid, illegitimate daughter of the Duke of York, comes from a long line of notorious women. Raised by her grandmother, formerly mistress to the late Marquess of Lendale, she has little hope of a respectable marriage. But the new Marquess, her childhood
friend, Jack Easton, would make a very desirable protector . . . if he weren t too honorable to take her to bed.

It s bad enough being saddled with a title he never desired. Now Jack must resist
the beautiful woman he desires far too much. Duty calls, and he is duty-bound
to choose a wealthy bride. But then Lia makes another outrageous suggestion:
asking Jack to devise some tests to find her the perfect paramour. Tests that
involve flirting, kissing, and other pleasurable pursuits. Tests that, in a
matter of weeks, could transform friendship into the ton s greatest
scandal, igniting a passion even duty can t deny. . . 


Vanessa Kelly is USA Today Bestselling, award-winning author who was named
by Booklist, the review journal of the American Library
Association, as one of the “New Stars of Historical Romance.”  Her
Regency-set historical romances have been nominated for awards in a number of
contests, and her second book, Sex and The Single Earl, won the
prestigious Maggie Medallion for Best Historical Romance. 

Vanessa’s previous series, The Renegade Royals, was a national bestseller.
She is currently writing a spin-off series called The Improper PrincessesMy
Fair Princess, book 1, was named a Goodreads Romance of the Month. Vanessa

also writes USA Today Bestselling books with her husband, under the
pen name of V.K. Sykes. 

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