Any Duke in a Storm (Daring Dukes) (Mass Market)
Historical romance takes to the high seas. Famed spy Lady Lisbeth Medford is on a ship bound for the West Indies, and the only thing more dangerous than her mission is the elusive Duke she's trying to capture.
Lady Lisbeth Medford, Countess of Waterstone and famed international spy, is caught between the devil and the deep blue sea. She's determined to infiltrate a notorious smuggling ring in the West Indies while on a covert mission as a ship's captain. But even when her identity is compromised and she's forced to flee, the men chasing her are still hot on her heels.
The trouble in front of her, however, might be even worse. Raphael Saint, the Duc de Viel, is her ship's new aggravating and dangerously charming sailing master, who might very well be part of the smuggling ring Lisbeth must bring to justice. But when a new deadly threat on the high seas looms, the only way out of danger is to face it…together.
Praise for Amalie Howard:
"Amalie Howard is the fresh voice historical romance needs right now. …Her prose is delightful, her writing masterful, her characters unforgettable... I will read every word she writes."—Kerrigan Byrne, USA Today bestselling author, for The Princess Stakes
"Fiery chemistry...[with] fun action scenes of both the perilous and sexual varieties."—Kirkus Reviews for The Duke in Question
"An adventurous romance...readers will not be disappointed."—Publishers Weekly for Rules for Heiresses
About the Author
AMALIE HOWARD is the author of the Publishers Weekly bestseller, The Beast of Beswick, which Entertainment Weekly touted as “bursting with shrewd banter, inventively sexy interludes, and emotion with a capital E.” She is the co-author of the #1 bestsellers in regency romance and Scottish historical romance, My Hellion, My Heart and What A Scot Wants, and has also penned several award-winning young adult novels, critically acclaimed by Kirkus, Publishers Weekly, VOYA, School Library Journal, and Booklist, including Waterfell, The Almost Girl, and Alpha Goddess, a Kid’s INDIE NEXT selection. Of Indo-Caribbean descent, she has written articles on multicultural fiction for The Portland Book Review and Ravishly magazine. She currently resides in Colorado with her husband and three children. Visit her at www.amaliehoward.com.
"Howard keeps the pages turning with breathtaking action and blazing-hot sex scenes while still taking plenty of time to flesh out her lovable leads. " — Publishers Weekly