Historical 2014 Readers’ Crown Finalist! An Amazon #1 Paid Historical Romance!

Orangeberry 2013 Hall of Fame Best Romance! 

Lord Gerard Lenister needed the ladyafter their meeting, he wanted her. 

For seventeen years Lady Eloise Granville lived in France thinking herself a
bastard. Not until her life was threatened did her father cross the English
Channel to reclaim her as his legitimate daughter. Now four years later a
revolution roars its ugly head in France. Rumors abound of Lady Eloise’s life
before her emergence in Englandrumors that link her to the notorious leaders
of the French Revolution.

Lord Gerard Lenister knows well the whispered connections Lady Eloise has
across the Channel and the disdain that Society holds for the lady. It matters
little to him. He could have cared less if she was the incarnation of a
she-devil. He would marry Jezebel herself if she helped him on his mission. He
is that desperatebut soon he discovers that Lady Eloise is not what she seems.


Intrigue, Secrets, Romance…

Thrown into the midst of
the Reign of Terror that the French Revolution has become, Lady Eloise has long
struggled with the questions arising from her birth. Forced into a marriage she
neither wanted or desired, she finds herself drawn to the man who is now her

Lord Gerard puts into place a plan to save his children. Marrying Lady Eloise
gives him the leverage he needs. Soon, he realizes the woman he married is
nothing like the woman she has been portrayed. Never did he consider she would
risk her life for him nor did he consider that Eloise would evoke
feelings within him he did not know existed.

Thrown into a terror few escape, Gerard and Eloise discover a connection that
will bind their lives forever–love. That is if they survive.

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Historical Romance/Historical Fiction Author I write under Colleen Connally as well—Historical Romance/Contemporary Romantic Suspense

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