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"A winsome, light-hearted regency romp." ~ Stella Cameron, NY Times Best Seller
"The Archery Contest is one the most entertaining stories I've read in a while. I love historical romance but Ms. Lyn has added something special to this one. The hero and heroine are fascinating and intriguing characters. It's a game of cat and mouse, but who's the cat and who's the mouse changes throughout the book." ~ Emma, Night Owl Review,
"An audacious miss aims Cupid's arrow straight into the heart of a wary lord! A fun, frothy romp!" ~ Judith Laik, Author of The Lady Is Mine
"(The) Archery Contest presents two wonderful and charming characters in this intriguing romance novel." ~ Fraincine Alli, reviewer at The Jeep Diva
"Loved, loved, loved this romance! The old adage 'the bigger they are, the harder they fall' definitely fits this couple. Willy is an absolute riot and a very determined young lady. This book rates right up there with some of my favorite books by Catherine Coulter, Jude Deveraux, and Johanna Lindsey." ~ Amazon Review
"A charming story full of wit and wonderful characters.
Lori Lyn's writing sparkles and is a true joy to read."
~ Rebecca Paisley, New York Times Bestselling Author
Book #1 in the True To The Heart (slightly scandalous) Series
Rafe Atherton, the Duke of Devonshire, has managed to muck up his life, and rather grandly. A dalliance with the wrong woman has put him at the center of a scandal that could bring down the next Prime Minister of England. Desperate to remove the threat to his peer - and to himself by way of being skewered by said peer - he agrees to disappear from London life. Begrudgingly, he accepts his friend Alex's suggestion to act the part of a butler at the fellow's cousin's country estate.
Lady Isabella Fitzhugh is nothing if not a practical, logical young woman. Having her lifelong butler just retire and being informed by her cousin Alex, in what she can only assume is an attempt to help, that he was providing her a butler-in-training, is beyond annoying. A small, self-contained estate needs no ripples to mar the carefully orchestrated smooth waters. But when the new butler, one Easton, arrives, her home and her emotions become one stormy mess.
It soon becomes apparent Easton is not even remotely a member of the serving class, let alone an actual butler. And when the attraction between Easton and Isabella can no longer be denied, the proper mistress of her domain decides to take matters into her own hands to discover the truth of just who Easton really is. And if that means traveling to London for the first time, so be it!