He's royalty. She's a commoner. Their association has no future.
Bronwen Davies is not only disinterested in marrying well, she has turned her back upon society, to live as freely as she can in the wilds of Northallerton, where she lives with her cousin Lilly and Lilly's husband, Jasper.
Jasper's half-brother, the Archeduke Edvard Christoffer of Silkeborg, arrives at Northallerton without warning, asking for temporary sanctuary from the pressures of his public life. There, he finds Bronwen, a most distracting diversion. Only, Bronwen's unexpected opinions and forthright manner prove to be far more seductive than a simple distraction should be
Mask of Nobility is the fourth book in the Scandalous Scions series, which brings together the members of three great families, to love and play under the gaze of the Victorian era's moralistic, straight-laced society.
Reader Advisory: This story contains frank sex scenes and sexual language.
This story is part of the Scandalous Scions series:
0.5 Rose of Ebony
1.0 Soul of Sin
2.0 Valor of Love
3.0 Marriage of Lies
3.5 Scandalous Scions Boxed Set 1
4.0 Mask of Nobility
5.0 Law of Attraction
6.0 Veil of Honor
6.5 Scandalous Scions Boxed Set 2
7.0 Season of Denial
8.0 Rules of Engagement
9.0 Degree of Solitude
10.0 Ashes of Pride
11.0 Risk of Ruin
12.0 Year of Folly
13.0 Queen of Hearts
A Sexy Historical Romance
Praise for Mask of Nobility:
*Once again I fell under Tracy Cooper-Posey's spell with this story.
Reading this book gave me another very late night since I couldn't stop reading it. I really should know better than to start one of Tracy's books at night.
Tracy Cooper-Posey continues to both amaze and please me with her historical romances. Her books have raised the bar for what I enjoy in this genre.
A story where love conquers through the highs and lows of one's life and family is there to hold you up, is a story worth reading.
Tracy Cooper-Posey has a talent for making the characters so real, in a succinct way, that draws the reader's empathy while moving the action and adventure along at an exciting pace.
I grew up just outside Northallerton so I could picture the black faced sheep and the dales where this beautiful love story began. Tracy has done her homework!
There were a lot of laughs and even some tears. It seems you experience every emotion in the pages of her books.
I love it when a romance is more than just a romance that's why I adored reading the story of free spirited, unconventional Bronwen.
I loved the wit and humor throughout the book.*