AN UPDATE ON THE COURTSHIP WARS
FROM THE COMBATANTS IN THE BATTLES
Were we in London, the three of us — Arabella, Roslyn and Lily — would invite you for tea to discuss the delicious details of our respective triumphs in The Courtship Wars. (Marcus, Drew and Heath, our beloved husbands, might challenge that assertion. In their sporting minds, they would claim to be the victors, but our ability to maintain our spirit of independence while marrying London’s most eligible bachelors clearly puts the victories on our marital score cards!)
And, ah, the joy of the battles… to match wits with these intelligent, witty, sexy gentlemen, in and out of the bedroom, was sufficient to inspire the writing of novels (and we are delighted that Nicole Jordan delivered such delicious accounts in To Pleasure a Lady, To Bed a Beauty, and To Seduce a Bride).
Furthermore, in To Romance a Charming Rogue, Marcus’s lively younger sister, Lady Eleanor Pierce, blissfully wed Damon Stafford, Viscount Wrexham, the incorrigible rogue to whom she was betrothed two years ago (her conquest was due in part to our dear friend, courtesan Fanny Irwin, who gave Eleanor a copy of her Advice to Young Ladies on Capturing a Husband).
Then, in To Tame a Dangerous Lord, our delightful new neighbor, Madeline Ellis, solicited our help in becoming irresistible to her dangerously sexy husband, Rayne Kenyon, Earl of Haviland. Fanny shared her extensive arts of seduction with Madeline. Trust us, Lord Haviland did not know what hit him!
But take heart! A new battle is brewing in The Courtship Wars. This time our dear bosom friend, Tess Blanchard, is at last ready to risk loving again after losing her beloved fiancé to war two years previously. To her dismay, however, Tess has been caught in a very compromising position with Ian Sutherland, the vexingly arrogant duke who has always been her foe. Will their forced marriage end in murder or wedded bliss? Need you even ask? Given our track record for assisting the course of true love, you should place your wagers on wedded bliss… eventually!
Hear, hear! (Join us in a toast now.)
Long live The Courtship Wars!
Arabella (eldest sister) of TO PLEASURE A LADY
Roslyn of TO BED A BEAUTY
Lily of TO SEDUCE A BRIDE
BLOGS BY NICOLE JORDAN’S HEROES AND HEROINES:
“A Warning to Ladies: When Curiosity Asserts Itself, Remember the
by Tess Blanchard (Book 6 — TO DESIRE A WICKED DUKE)
“A Warning to Gentlemen: He Who Hesitates is Lost (or All is Not Fair in
Love and War)”
by Ian Sutherland, Duke of Rotham (Book 6 — TO DESIRE A WICKED DUKE)
“Help Wanted: Independent Lady Seeks Assistance Refusing Astonishing
Offer of Matrimony”
by Madeline Ellis (Book 5 — TO TAME A DANGEROUS LORD)
“Help Wanted: Determined Nobleman Seeks Assistance Making Logical
Offer of Matrimony”
by Rayne Kenyon, Earl of Haviland (Book 5 — TO TAME A DANGEROUS LORD)
“How to Discourage an Unscrupulous, Determined Beau”
by Lady Eleanor Pierce (Book 4 — TO ROMANCE A CHARMING ROGUE)
“How to Secure a Second Chance with a Woman You Still Want”
by Damon Stafford, Viscount Wrexham (Book 4 — TO ROMANCE A CHARMING ROGUE)
“Ten Good Reasons to Hide Out with Ladies of the Night”
by Lily Loring (Book 3 — TO SEDUCE A BRIDE)
“Ten Ways to Know a Nobleman is Falling in Love”
by Heath Griffin, Marquess of Claybourne (Book 3 — TO SEDUCE A BRIDE)
“Advice for the Man Who Would Win My Heart”
by Roslyn Loring (Book 2 — TO BED A BEAUTY)
“Advice for a Woman Who Would Satisfy a Husband”
by Drew Moncrief, Duke of Arden (Book 2 — TO BED A BEAUTY)
“Why I Intend to Remain Single”
by Arabella Loring (Book 1 — TO PLEASURE A LADY)
“Why I Intend to Dissuade Arabella of Her Determination Not to Marry”
by Marcus Pierce, Earl of Danvers (Book 1 — TO PLEASURE A LADY)