For a shameless libertine and a wily smuggler in the London Underground, marriage is more than convenience—it’s strategy . . .
Christopher “Kit” Ellingsworth, war veteran and newly minted Earl of Blakemere, buries his demons under every sort of pleasure and vice. His scandalous ways have all but emptied his coffers . . . until a wealthy mentor leaves him a sizeable fortune. The only stipulation? He must marry within one monthto inherit the money. Kit needs a bride and the bold, mysterious Miss Tamsyn Pearce seems perfect.
Husband hunting isn’t Tamsyn’s top priority—she’s in London to sell her new shipment of illicit goods—but she’s desperate for funds to keep her smuggling operation afloat. When a handsome earl offers to wed her and send her back to Cornwall with a hefty allowance, Tamsyn agrees. After all, her secrets could land her in prison and an attentive, love-struck spouse could destroy everything.
But when an unexpected proviso in the will grants Tamsyn control of the inheritance, their arrangement becomes anything but convenient. Now, Kit’s counting on his countess to make his wildest dreams a reality and he plans to convince her, one pleasurable seduction at a time.
About the BookCounting on a Countess
by Eva Leigh
The London Underground #2
March 27, 2018
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Rating: 2 out of 5 stars
It's a shame that the second book in the series is worse than the first. First of all, I am still waiting for and Amira to end up together. It would be a great shame if they don't end up together since we have been teased about them since the first book. I was not happy with the book from the time I read the first couple of pages. The first time we meet Kip he is in bed with two women. Am I reading a modern romance? Nope. I am reading a historical novel and a threesome was one of the first things that were introduced to us. It didn't even make sense and it made me dislike the hero (not just the three-way, but the whole scene) because it made him seem like a lazy person with no care in the world. I grew to like Kip though, unlike Tamsyn who never got a spot, even a tiny one in my heart. I found her selfish and I never got the feeling that she actually loved Kip. The novel had a HEA just because it had to. That was the feeling I got. I couldn't connect to the story and the heroine, so I wouldn't recommend the book,
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About Eva Leigh
EVA LEIGH is the pen name of a RITA® Award-nominated romance author who writes novels chock-full of smart women and sexy men. She enjoys baking, Tweeting about boots, and listening to music from the ‘80s. Eva and her husband live in Central California.