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by Wilma Counts

Genre: Historical Romance

Pub Date: 10/17/2017

Well-bred, well-dressed, and well-read, Henrietta, Harriet, and Hero are best friends who have

bonded over good books since their schooldays. Now these cultured

ladies are ready to make their own happy endings—each in her own

way . . .

Lady Henrietta Parker, daughter of the

Earl of Blakemoor, has turned down many a suitor for fear that the

ton’s bachelors are only interested in her wealth. But despite the

warnings of her dearest friends, Harriet and Hero, she can’t resist

the challenge rudely posed by her stepsister: transform an ordinary

London dockworker into a society gentleman suitable for the “marriage

mart.” Only after a handshake seals the deal does Retta fear she

may have gone too far . . .

When Jake Bolton is swept from the

grime of the seaport into the elegance of Blakemoor House, he appears

every inch the rough, cockney working man who is to undergo Retta’s

training in etiquette, wardrobe, and elocution. But Jake himself is a

master of deception—with much more at stake than a drawing room


But will his clandestine mission take

second place to his irresistible tutor, her intriguing proposal . . .

and true love?

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Before moving to Nevada in 1994, Wilma

Counts taught high school English and social studies in Germany to

dependents of American forces stationed there. She loved the kids,

but hated meaningless paperwork. She especially enjoyed her work with

Advance Placement English, Model United Nations, and student

exchanges with a Russian school.

Wilma grew up in Oregon, a product of

the Leave It To Beaver era. She holds degrees in education and

international relations. Having traveled widely, she is keenly

interested in politics and international relations. She freely admits

to being a C-SPAN junkie.

A member of the Romance Writers of

America, she has written two Regency novels and a novella for Zebra.

Willed to Wed is slated for publication in September, ’99, and My

Lady Governess in February, ’00. Her current projects include another

Regency and a novel set in the American West. She contributes a

regular column on grammar and usage to the local RWA newsletter.

Besides her interest in travel and writing, Wilma is an avid reader

and she loves to cook, garden, and gamble—not necessarily in that




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