This is book number 2 in the Scottish Treasures series.
USA Today bestselling author Gina Conkle’s newest stunning romance in her Scottish Treasures series features a fierce Scotswoman eager to break the rules and the man who vows to stop her.
A Gentleman of Virtue
Decent and ambitious, Alexander Sloane is finally a finger’s breadth from achieving the government post he’s worked towards for years. A minor task monitoring Bow Street funds for the Crown is his final hurdle. But he discovers more than he bargains for when his assignment leads him to the most captivating woman in London.
A Woman of Questionable Repute
Cecelia MacDonald has one mission: find and steal the sgian duhb, the ceremonial dagger taken from her clan by British soldiers during the Uprising of 1745. The coy and clever Scotswoman has never had any trouble using men to do her bidding and she’s enjoying the cat and mouse game she’s playing with the delectable Alexander. But when a mutual enemy proves deadly, she must rely on him for more than flirtation to gain the dagger.
An Explosive Partnership
As Alexander and Cecilia become unlikely allies, their desire for each other overwhelms them. When shocking secrets come to light, will Alexander realize loving the wrong woman is the right thing to do?
Gina Conkle is a USA Today bestselling author who writes sensual Georgian romances. Her historical romances always offer a fresh, addictive spin on the genre, with the witty banter and sexual tension that readers crave. Her writing career began in southern California and despite all that sunshine, she prefers books over beaches and stone castles over sand castles.
“A seductive historical treat—complete with stolen treasure, a fearless heroine and a sexy man in a kilt!” — Joanna Shupe, USA Today bestselling author, on The Scot Who Loved Me
"Expertly developed characters populate Conkle's powerful third Midnight Meetings historical set in Georgian England...Romantic tension, clever repartee, and tender love scenes make Conkle's fast-paced historical a winner." — Publishers Weekly (starred review) on The Lord Meets His Lady
"A charming romance that may remind some of the Poldark series. This tale of love, redemption and courage...has the pages flying until the wonderful conclusion." — RT Book Reviews on The Lord Meets His Lady
“A satisfying romance that unpacks not only the joys of companionship, but also the adjustments it demands.” — Kirkus Reviews