Book 4 of A Waltz With a Rogue Series
Could you give up what you’re most passionate about forever?
She had her whole life planned.
Katrina Needham intended to marry her beloved major and live happily-ever-after. Until he’s seen with another woman. Distraught, and needing a distraction, she agrees to assist the rugged, and dangerously handsome privateer, The Saint of the Sea, find a wife.
He loves everything about being a sea captain.
When Dominic St. Monté unexpectedly inherits a dukedom and the care of his young sisters, he reluctantly decides he must marry. Afterward, he can return to the sea-faring life he craves and leave his duchess to oversee his dukedom.
Nic enlists a family friend’s help in finding an acceptable bride and soon realizes Katrina possesses every characteristic he seeks in a duchess. However, he cannot ask for her hand. Not only is she promised to another, a man still determined to make her his, she has absolutely no interest in becoming a privateer’s wife. Can Nic and Katrina relinquish their carefully planned futures and trust love to guide them?
Caution: This humorous historical Regency romance contains a scoundrel turned respectable duke, a precocious heroine whose tendency to say whatever scandalous thing that pops into her head lands her in scrapes, a spoiled feline with an attitude, and a sweet, meddling elderly aunt.
Buy this 4th installment in the Waltz with a Rogue historical Regency romance novella series for a rousing, emotional, and romantic adventure you can’t put down.
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What a real treat! I really spent a delightful afternoon reading Collette Cameron's 4th story, To Tame a Scoundrel's Heart! It's well written, romantic and amusing! I really love her fantastic series, A Waltz with a Rogue!
I have to say, I absolutely LOVED Kitty and Nic's story! Kitty is the perfect heroine for me. No-nonsense, practical, doesn't take crap, and see's the problem and fixes it! For Nic, it was almost love at first sight and who couldn't love Kitty? The story-line was great as well. I wish I had Kitty for a best friend.