Bestselling author Stella Cameron welcomes you back
to 7 Mayfair Square, an elegant London town house
where the unusual is routine.
Sibyl Smiles possesses a most unfashionable leaning toward
independence. At eight and twenty, she remains unmarried, yet
fosters one great desire: to be a mother. To that end, she
requires…a willing gentleman. There is only one man she dares
present with such an outrageous request—Hunter Lloyd, her
neighbor at Number 7.
Hunter is stunned—Sibyl wants to seduce him! But now is
not the time to be distracted by the woman he secretly adores.
He has just successfully defended a friend of the king in a
sensational trial and has been warned that his life and Sibyl’s
are in jeopardy.
Although Hunter is determined to protect her from their
enemies, Sibyl is equally determined to carry through with her
plan—no matter what challenges come their way…
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The series has devolved. This installment sees Hunter Lloyd, a barrister, and Sibyl Smiles, sister of Meg Smiles, heroine of "All Smiles" become involved. Sibyl has decided for some inexplicable ... Read full review
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