Seducing Mr. Knightly (The Writing Girls #4) (Mass Market)

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Your hero is Derek Knightly, the love child of the Earl of Harrowby and an actress. This is the first thing I like about this book - it’s different. Derek is not a bored Earl but a bastard with something to prove. He eventually because a newspaper millionaire and that is where the heroine comes in.
Annabelle has loved Derek from afar for almost 3 years. She’s one of his advice column girls and he barely realizes she exists. Then one day she decides to ask her readers what she should do. That’s where the fun begins.
This was a fun read. Funny historical take on an advice column or, if it were today, a blog.

— Rosa, New Jersey

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"With wonderfully drawn characters, intrigue, and tantalizing passion, Rodale is certain to delight readers and keep them waiting, with baited breath, for more.
Publishers Weekly

One of the freshest and most exciting voices in the new generation of historical romance writers, the delightful Maya Rodale concludes her Writing Girls quartet with Seducing Mr. Knightly. This witty and wonderful Regency romp features a plucky young heroine—the advice columnist Dear Annabelle, writing for The London Weekly—who, following the advice of her own readers, sets out to capture the heart of her handsome employer by any means necessary. Do you love the charming and captivating romance novels of Elizabeth Boyle, Laura Lee Guhrke, and Suzanne Enoch? Then Seducing Mr. Knightly should be most definitely on your agenda!

About the Author


Maya Rodale began reading romance novels in college at her mother's insistence. She is now the bestselling and award-winning author of smart and sassy romances. She lives in New York City with her darling dog and a rogue of her own.



Product Details
ISBN: 9780062088949
ISBN-10: 0062088947
Publisher: Avon
Publication Date: October 30th, 2012
Pages: 384
Language: English
Series: The Writing Girls