Author bio

Bethany Bennett

Bethany Bennett - book author

Bethany grew up in a small fishing village in Alaska where required learning included life-skills like cold-water survival, and several other things that are utterly useless as a romance writer. Eventually settling in the Northwest with her real-life hero and two children, she enjoys mountain views from the comfort of her sofa, wearing a tremendous amount of flannel, and drinking more coffee than her doctor deems wise.

Bethany Bennett is the author of books: Any Rogue Will Do (Misfits of Mayfair, #1), West End Earl (Misfits of Mayfair, #2)


Author books

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01
He ruined her reputation―now he's the only one who can save it.

For exactly one season, Lady Charlotte Wentworth played the biddable female the ton expected―and all it got her was society's mockery and derision. Now she's determined to be in charge of her own future. So when an unwanted suitor tries to manipulate her into an engagement, she has a plan. He can't claim to be her fiancé if she's engaged to someone else. Even if it means asking for help from the last man she would ever marry.

Ethan, Lord Amesbury, made a lot of mistakes, but the one he regrets the most is ruining Lady Charlotte's reputation. He's older and wiser now, but his attraction to Lottie never wavered. Going along with her charade is the least he can do to clean the slate and perhaps earn her forgiveness. And, if he's lucky, her love.
02
Don't miss the next book in the series Publishers Weekly says will "win the hearts of Regency fans."

Calvin, Earl of Carlyle, is spending the season focused on finding his younger sister a good match. And if he's noticing his land steward's uncommon cheekbones and full lower lip? Well, that's easy enough to ignore. The man is competent beyond measure. But when Cal discovers that "he" is a "she," his interest turns to romance.

Ophelia Hardwick has spent the last decade living as a boy. As Adam, she doesn't have to worry about being forced into an arranged marriage by her uncle. Pretending she doesn't have a crush on Cal is a small price to pay for being able to hide in plain sight. But when he discovers her secret, he puts not just her heart—but her life—in danger. Because Phee's uncle has been looking for her for ten years, and he won't stop until he finds her.