Book two in the Rogues of St. Just series
Jago Tremayne and Rowena Penrose. Can beauty tame the beast when they both face disgrace?
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Can beauty tame the beast when they both face disgrace?
Jago Tremayne feels responsible for his part in ruining the debut of the lovely Rowena Penrose. He wants nothing more than to make it up to her—by offering her his heart. But then disaster strikes—his father demands that Jago marry a girl he has not seen since they were children. If he refuses, he will be disinherited … and who will look twice at a penniless Rogue?
After enduring disgrace that she did not deserve, Rowena Penrose has returned home to Cornwall. Far from the ballrooms of the ton, suitable men are scarce, except for Jago Tremayne. He’s called the rudest man in London, but here at home, he’s beginning to grow on her. He is blunt and graceless, but also kind, attentive, and … on the point of announcing his engagement to someone else.
Rowena would never stand in the way of another young lady’s happiness. Jago can’t imagine courting anyone but Rowena. Can the rudest man in London fight his way out of this coil before he finds himself waiting at the altar for the wrong woman?
The Rogues of St. Just. They may be the most shocking men in Mayfair, but their hearts are all too vulnerable at home.