Frampton, Megan

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A Wicked Bargain for the Duke

The protagonists can be annoyingly stubborn (an honest conversation would easily clear up the central conflict), but fans of Frampton and her detail-rich historicals will find themselves pleasantly transported.

Tall, Duke, and Dangerous

A captivating second in the “Hazards of Dukes” series (after Never Kiss a Duke). Frampton deftly handles heavy subjects of abuse and neglect without ever losing the light of her characters’ spirits or tamping down the steamy, slow-burn romance. Ana Marie’s Cinderellaesque rise and banter with the notoriously taciturn Nash will enthrall readers of Eva Leigh’s “Union of the Rakes” series.

Never Kiss a Duke

An unmoored former duke trying to find his footing and navigate a new life and an independent woman confident in the world she’s built from the ground up are surrounded by an engaging cast of secondary characters in this excellent start to a bold and sensual new Regency series from the beloved Frampton (Never a Bride).

Lady Be Reckless

Readers will enjoy the chemistry between Olivia and Edward as well as the relationship Olivia has with her twin sister, Pearl. The interactions are fun and will keep readers entertained. A solid romance with steamy love scenes that is an enjoyable read.

Lady Be Bad

Recommended for large fiction collections and where historical romances are popular.

Why Do Dukes Fall in Love?

An intelligent, practical heroine who will do anything for her daughter and an arrogant, lonely hero finally give in to passion and, eventually, completely "illogical" love in a story made sweeter by the presence of a charming child and a wonderful lummox of a dog. Frampton (One-Eyed Dukes Are Wild) lives in Brooklyn.

One-Eyed Dukes Are Wild

An adventure-seeking writer and an oh-so-proper duke take a walk on the wild side with delectable results. This sexy, often funny early Victorian romance captivates from the start. Frampton (Put up Your Duke) lives in Brooklyn.

Put up Your Duke

An innocent heroine locked in the shell of icy perfection her parents had demanded and a hero who helps her discover the key agree to be honest and imperfect together. This romp boasts deliciously sensual, sometimes hilarious, love scenes and a sparkling, outspoken younger sister who has hidden talents and definitely needs her own book. Brooklyn-based Frampton (The Duke's Guide to Correct Behavior) writes romantic women's fiction as Megan Caldwell.

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