Undressed by the Earl (Secrets in Silk)

National Readers’ Choice Award Finalist

A man shrouded in grief…

David Hartford, the Earl of Castledon, is tormented by the death of his wife. Though everyone expects him to remarry and beget an heir, he is a man living in shadows, unwilling to break out of his prison of sorrow.

A spirited young woman who embraces life…

Impulsive Amelia Andrews befriends Lord Castledon and decides that he would make the perfect match for her prim older sister. Though she tries to bring the pair of them together, Amelia cannot help but see the lonely man behind David’s grim exterior. Even worse, she finds herself caught beneath his piercing stare…and she wonders how to melt his icy heart.

An unlikely match

No woman can ever replace his first wife…but when Amelia is caught in a web of ruin, David cannot stand aside and let her suffer. Can an unexpected marriage bring about a love even greater than the one he lost?

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3 Comments

  1. Amelia deserves stars in her crown Amelia was the only bright spot. She was everything we love in a heroine, kind, intelligent, vivacious. After six years, David was still mourning the loss of his beloved wife. 

  2. Started well and got bogged down I liked the Hero, David, and the heroine, Amelia, and I liked their story until they got married. Up to that point there was plenty of fun and frolicking, with handsome David brooding pleasantly, and Amelia being wonderfully lively and a bit immature. Both characters had immense potential. When David saves her from a rakish villain bent on kidnapping and ravishing his way to a fortune, the plot is moving along swimmingly to a satisfying end. But no, we have to endure too many more pages of…

  3. Undressed by the Earl I had a little hard time getting into this one, but boy once i go into it, it was hard to put down. I really loved the heroine Amelia. The banter between David and Amelia was fantastic. Laughed a few times at them. Amelia believes she knows who she wants to marry, but sometimes what we want isn’t what we need. Poor Amelia soon learns of her mistake in groom material. The you have the earl David. The poor widower who can’t fathom of living his life and finding happiness again, but he didn’t…

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