LONDON’S LAST TRUE SCOUNDREL
When he was bad, he was so very, very good…
Physically reckless, irrepressibly roguish and poised on the brink of ruin, Jonathon Westruther, Earl of Davenport, returns from the dead only to throw himself into dissipation.
Until he meets his worst nightmare: a straitlaced former schoolteacher he can’t get out of his head.
He resolves to seduce the delightful Miss Hilary deVere by fair means or foul.
But when his past returns to endanger Hilary, he must protect her at all costs…
Available, 2 July 2013
Smart, funny, engaging and simply a joy to read… Brooke’s innovative and fresh voice is quickly turning her into a star of the genre.
~ Top Pick from RT Magazine
Read an excerpt…
Read Christina’s free short story, Opal, originally published in Romance Writers of Australia’s Little Gems Anthology.
Read Christina’s free short story, MISS BEAUCHAMP MEETS HER MATCH, which was originally published in Woman’s Day.
Did you know that Christina blogs and gives away books with the Romance Bandits? Watch for her blogs on the 11th of each month! Or check out her wonderful fellow authors and our guests–there’s something new every day of the year.
The Ministry of Marriage
Have you read Christina’s Ministry of Marriage series?
Meet the Westruthers, six orphans who grew up under the guardianship of the Duke of Westruther.
Find out more about the Westruthers and the Ministry of Marriage here.
Christina has handed in the second book about the Westruther men, THE GREATEST LOVER EVER. This is Beckenham’s book, slated for release on December 31. At the moment, she is working on Xavier, the Marquis of Steyne’s story, THE WICKEDEST LORD ALIVE.
In the meantime, LONDON’S LAST TRUE SCOUNDREL is available for pre-order.
Don’t forget to follow Christina on twitter at @chrstnabrooke and like her facebook page for a chance to win LONDON’S LAST TRUE SCOUNDREL in her upcoming contests!
Christina was interviewed for an article on romance and the ARRA Convention in The Age. Read the article here.
Christina was featured along with some fantastic Queensland romance writers in a recent issue of U magazine, in The Courier-Mail.