When faced with a dangerous new rival, Regency London’s hottest lead singer is forced to place his singing career in the hands of a sexy widow.
Lord Reid Follett enjoys all the lustful benefits that come from being a war hero on the battlefield at Waterloo. Every woman in London wants to bed him. And Reid is never a man to disappoint a lady.
But the gloss of winning the war is starting to fade. Reid and his friends find themselves being challenged by a new group of talented Italian musicians who are taking their place in the hearts and bedrooms of the wicked women of the ton.
England’s bad boys must rise to the occasion and take on these interlopers at their own game. With Reid as their conductor and baritone, the Noble Lords Quartet is born.
But Reid’s singing abilities do not match his ego, and he soon discovers that in order to win he is going to have to put aside his pride and take singing lessons.
Widowed mother of one Lavinia Jones is the perfect teacher for him. Discrete, and ready to do his bidding. The fact that she is a dark-haired temptress is simply a bonus. Reid intends to use her to get what he wants, then he will toss her aside.
Lavinia however, is no push over and Reid soon discovers that she is the one holding all the power in their relationship. Without her guidance he will never be able to master the right note and go back to his seductive ways.
The closer they work together, the less they can resist one another. A fiery sexual encounter leaves them both wondering just where the music stops and where the heart takes over.
But Lavinia has a secret past of her own, and Reid finds himself suddenly facing his own jealous nature when it comes to the woman who has stolen his heart.
Can he set aside his rock and roll lifestyle to secure the heart of the one woman who sets his blood on fire?
The Noble Lords. Stories of war-scarred English lords who are bad boy musicians and the women who dare to love them.
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