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’Tis the season to be wicked….

When a woman desperate for a job saves the life of an earl….

Both of their plans for the future are thwarted.

He’s eccentric and society-shy….

There’s no polite way to describe Ansley, Earl of Scarborough’s obsession with schedules and inflexible routines. Unfortunately, he’s also in need of a wife, which forces him squarely in the midst of the society he can scarcely function in. If only he dared to ignore the haut ton’s censure and claim the lovely, wholly unsuitable Willow as his own.

She seeks a governess post….

Up from the country, Willow Harwood must quickly secure a governess position and save enough money to return to America. Only, her plans are foiled when she rushes to the rescue of a devastatingly handsome earl in the process of being robbed. Though he’s far above her station, she can’t fight the irrepressible attraction she feels toward him.

Neither is prepared for the upheaval to their lives when she reluctantly accepts his offer of employment…as his housekeeper. Nor can either predict the mayhem that follows when a lord who disdains society and a country miss with no experience plan a haut ton Christmastide gathering.

This charming Regency holiday historical by a USA Today best-selling author will make you smile, laugh, and sigh with contentment as you witness the sweet and tender love growing between Ansley and Willow.

If you enjoy listening to entertaining Christmas, class difference, strong heroine, and lovable rogue stories with a dash of romantic humor and heart-warming emotion, then you’ll adore Collette Cameron’s enthralling Wicked Earls' Club Series. Buy Earl of Scarborough and settle into your favorite listening nook into a Regency world adventure you can’t put down.

Though part of a series, this book can easily be listened to as a stand-alone novel.

Check out Collette's other series: 

  • Castle Brides
  • Heart of a Scot ~ Coming soon!
  • Highland Heather Romancing a Scot
  • Seductive Scoundrels
  • The Blue Rose Regency Romances: The Culpepper Misses
  • The Honorable Rogues
©2019 Wendy Collette Herrington (P)2020 Wendy Collette Herrington

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  • Colorado Cowgirl
  • 07-06-2020

Wonderful regency characters!

Collette Cameron is a very good writer and she writes regency romances that are creative and fresh. Her characters are strong and don't always toe the line of strict society standards. The Earl of Scarborough is just such a fun, flirty and unique tale where the heroine is an educated half American woman (Willow) who is innocent to the world of English peerage rules and gossip. She is also shunned because of her accent. The Earl is equally lovable with his quirky, obsessive-compulsive rituals and schedules. But he is bored with his life and since he became an earl through his uncle's death, he was not prepared for the life he now leads. He has no purpose. He also thinks that the endless parade of "suitable" young women presented by the parents and match-makers are all giggly and empty-headed. So he avoids society as much as possible. He is however intrigued by Willow since she is everything that the other women are not. But she has no noble family ties and it seems that a romance between them is impossible. Collette loves to show the shallow and almost silly side to the English nobility fraught with gossip, rules and double standards. What else have they to do all day but bother themselves with other people's lives? This short novel is fun and somewhat sexy and you will love all the characters, including the silly ones. The narrator was very good and he does the accents well. It reads like a period piece and is quite believable. I am also reading "Never Dance with a Duke" which is the story about the Earl's sister and it equally entertaining.

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  • Lesia Chambliss
  • 31-07-2020

Sensual and highly humorous!!

Oh my, Author Collette Cameron had me laughing so much while reading, The Earl of Scarborough. This book will have you in tears from laughing at the antics of the Ansley and Willow. I haven't enjoyed reading a book such as this in a long time. By the time you get near the end, you realize what a true fairytale romance this was. I'm only sad the book had to end.
I thoroughly enjoyed the narration by Nathaniel Priestley. This my the second audio book and the first one narrated by N. Priestley. I read this book months ago and I enjoyed listening to it again as much as I did reading it myself. I highly recommend it!

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  • PeggyC51
  • 11-06-2020

Heartwarming Story, Loveable Characters

This is a lively and engaging story with a wonderful hero and heroine, a little odd in their own way, but absolutely loveable. Ansley is honorable and intelligent. He is described as eccentric (a little OCD here). He must have things organized and kept in his order, and schedules must be strictly adhered to. Deviation from this plan causes him mild panic and a tic next to his eye. Willow is intelligent, well educated, thoughtful, and caring. She wants to be a teacher or governess, but, horrors of horrors, she is American (she talks funny). When she is around Ansley, she has a calming effect on him. There are some nasty gossips, a love-struck butler, and a loving, very smart mama. Nathaniel Priestley did an excellent job narrating Collette Cameron’s interesting addition to the Wicked Earls Club series. An enjoyable listen.

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