A Lady's Dilemma
Spurning the, fashionable nonsense of the ton. Felicia was a country miss with a mind of her own. She quite preferred the business of helping her architect uncle with his dream building project, until she encountered the delightful pleasure of the head builder. Major Adam Temple. The level-headed Felicia had never before lost her composure, but the major was so . . . so masculine! Yet his effect on her senses was the least of her worries when trouble on the project prompted Felicia to "distract" Viscount Kingston, the son of the earl who'd employed them. But even when the wealthy young rakehell responded to her charms. Felicia 's only real pleasure was doing business with Adam!
A Soldier's Resolve
Confound it, thought Major Adam Temple, the lovely Felicia was doing it up all too well! He feared that their plan to "distract" Viscount Kingston would land the girl as wife to the reran in short order. But Adam knew he himself could never rein her – yes, he was handsome as a Greek god, but he was lame with a war wound and lacked both title and fortune! He must think only of ending this devilish intrigue, making this project a splendid success, and securing his own name as a builder. Yet the more he strove to be impervious to this lovely, lonely lady with her sparkling eyes and fetching smile, the more his senses were ensnared!