Three childhood friends dare to defy the rules of London—and love—in this glittering series from New York Times bestselling author Jane Feather . . . A FLAWED CUT . . . The Honorable Miss Fenella Grantley has a secret: she’s been taking drama classes and longs to be an actress. Ladies of her standing don’t appear on stage, but Fenella has never been one for society’s rules. She’s quite excited to take on the challenge of reading the leading role in a new play—until she meets the playwright. Toeing the line between infuriating and irresistible, his first impression leaves a lot to be desired . . .
OR A RARE FIND? Edward Tremayne, illegitimate son of the Earl of Pendleton, scorned the ton years ago, making his own way in the world, and pursuing his literary gifts on the side. The only thing he misses from his old world is Fenella. Since seeing her at a ball when she was a young debutante, he’s never forgotten her. Now that fate has reunited them, Edward’s determined to make her his leading lady—in every way. But the only thing they see eye to eye on is their intense passion for each other. And it just may take a massive misunderstanding for their love to get on the same precious page . . .
Praise for Tempt Me with Diamonds “A strong heroine who’s more than equal to her troubled hero in intelligence—and stubbornness. Feather’s fans and new readers will enjoy this series opener.” —Publishers Weekly “Well matched protagonists spar their way to love and trust in a romance awash in deception and unanswered questions. An ingenious plot . . . a sensual Edwardian romance sure to please Feather’s many fans.” —Library Journal
About the Author
Jane Feather is the New York Times bestselling author of more than thirty historical romances, including Tempt Me with Diamonds, Trapped by Scandal, and Trapped at the Altar. There are now more than 11 million copies of her books in print. Jane was born in Cairo, Egypt, and grew up in the south of England. She currently lives in Washington, DC, with her family. Visit her on the Web at janefeatherauthor.com.
Praise for Seduce Me with Sapphires
“Readers who delight in a couple that sparks as much fire outside as inside the bedroom will devour Feather’s newest Edwardian romance.” – Library Journal
“Feather’s love scenes burn, and readers will hope this intrepid heroine and brooding hero find their way to a bright future as they fight and make up, only to fight and make up again.”– Bookpage
Praise for Jane Feather's previous London Jewels romance, Tempt Me with Diamonds
"Well-matched protagonists spar their way to love and trust in a romance awash in deception and unanswered questions. VERDICT: An ingenious plot, well-developed characters, an unfortunate misunderstanding, a dash of mystery, and a delightful final twist result in a sensual Edwardian romance sure to please Feather’s many fans." --Library Journal
“Diana is a strong heroine who’s more than equal to her troubled hero in intelligence – and stubbornness. Feather’s fans and new readers will enjoy this series opener.” - Publishers Weekly
"For the girl who has everything--diamonds, a mansion, a racehorse--finding someone to share it with is the best gift of all. A solid start to the series." --Kirkus Reviews
Praise for the previous works of Jane Feather “Great fun . . . Feather's well-paced plot generates lots of laughs, steamy sex, and high adventure, as well as some wryly perceptive commentary on the gender stereotypes her heroine so flagrantly defies.” —Publishers Weekly “A charming, fast read.” —The Philadelphia Inquirer “Delicious . . . Comes much closer to the Austen spirit than any of the pseudo-sequels.” —Detroit Free Press
“An author to treasure.” —RT Book Reviews
“Rich characters, sophisticated sensuality, and a skillfully crafted story line: a first-class historical romance, wonderfully entertaining.” —Kirkus Reviews
“Filled with period detail and dynamic characters, Feather’s appealing historical romance exemplifies the qualities that make her perennially popular.” —Booklist
“Historical romance doesn’t get much better than this.” —All About Romance