Release day: Winning Lord West
Today is the official release of Winning Lord West by Anna Campbell (The Dashing Widows, book 3) (ebook, self-published). Here’s the blurb:
All rakes are the same! Except when they’re not…
Spirited Helena, Countess of Crewe, knows all about profligate rakes; she was married to one for nine years and still bears the scars. Now this Dashing Widow plans a life of glorious freedom where she does just what she wishes – and nobody will ever hurt her again. So what is she to do when that handsome scoundrel Lord West sets out to make her his wife? Say no, of course. Which is fine, until West focuses all his sensual skills on changing her mind. And West’s sensual skills are renowned far and wide as utterly irresistible…
Vernon Grange, Lord West, has long been estranged from his headstrong first love, Helena Nash, but he’s always regretted that he didn’t step in to prevent her disastrous marriage. Now Helena is free, and this time, come hell or high water, West won’t let her escape him again. His weapon of choice is seduction, and in this particular game, he’s an acknowledged master. Now that he and Helena are under one roof at the year’s most glamorous house party, he intends to counter her every argument with breathtaking pleasure. Could it be that Lady Crewe’s dashing days are numbered?
Anna dropped by today to tell us a little about this book:
I’ve had such fun writing the Dashing Widows series of novellas! Now I’ve come to the third book, which finishes this particular trilogy (there’s going to be at least another three widows coming down the highway toward you, starting in the second half of 2016). Winning Lord West ties up the plot threads of this particular lot of DWs and also ties the knot between Helena, Countess of Crewe, and her first love, Lord West. But it’s not smooth sailing between these two—there’s a lot of rough water under the bridge that needs to find a calm harbour before Helena will trust West enough to admit she loves him. Luckily West and his seductive skills can manage all that tricky navigation!