Wanted: an engagement of convenience. Found: A noble suitor.
Raised on a remote Scottish estate by her adoring grandfather, Lady Theodora Worth has inherited an earldom as well as the land itself. But when an upstart duke challenges her claim to the title and the Ladykyrk estate, Thea is suddenly in need of a husband—in name, at least. An elderly neighbor with a thoroughly modern sensibility and a dashing great-nephew just might be the answer to Thea’s prayers. Except she has no intention of marrying the first man she meets. That would be utterly ridiculous.
It just can’t be him. . .
Lord William Cavensham is entirely too devoted to his family’s estate—ever since he was jilted as a lad–to wed, but he agrees to meet the woman his aunt has taken under her wing—and introduce her to possible suitors. But after just one meeting with beautiful, spirited Thea, Will is determined to help her reclaim her title. And even moreso, he can’t stop thinking that perhaps marriage to this bold, passionate woman may be the one thing he’s been missing all along?
Praise for the Cavensham Heiresses series
“Full-bodied romance…with intelligence and heart.”—New York Times bestselling author Cathy Maxwell
“Sparkling…MacGregor brings England’s Regency era to life.” —Publishers Weekly
Review: Rogue Most Wanted is a sweet historical romance that packs a lot of steam. The book has become one of my favorite 2019 reads because the characters were relatable and they made me sympathetic to their struggles. It’s so refreshing reading a story where the main love interest doesn’t treat the heroine like garbage. Will is loving, kind, and generous despite the hurt he’s experienced in his past. I love that he supported Thea from beginning to end. With a title like Rogue Most Wanted, I thought we would be dealing with an immature ladies man. I was so wrong! Instead I was blown away by how charming and caring Will’s character was.
To my surprise, Will was one of the best historical romance characters I’ve read. As for Thea, I love that she wanted to be independent and save her title and land. In the beginning, I found her a little frustrating and cold toward Will but that changed quickly. I loved the character growth Thea went through and the author did a great job showing it throughout each chapter.
I highly recommend grabbing a copy of Rogue Most Wanted. The author does a wonderful job creating an original storyline that will leave readers scrambling for more from Ms. MacGregor. I look forward to reading more from this author.